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Latitude: 50.1017 / 50°6'5"N
Longitude: -5.5763 / 5°34'34"W
OS Eastings: 144353
OS Northings: 28522
OS Grid: SW443285
Mapcode National: GBR DXMD.SN8
Mapcode Global: VH05H.9PCY
Entry Name: Bollogas Farmhouse, Including Adjoining Wash House Immediately to North
Listing Date: 15 December 1988
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1327487
English Heritage Legacy ID: 69559
Location: Paul, Cornwall, TR19
Civil Parish: Paul
Traditional County: Cornwall
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall
Church of England Parish: Paul
Church of England Diocese: Truro
SW 42 NW
5/1 Bollogas Farmhouse, including
- adjoining wash house immediately
Farmhouse including wash house immediately to north. C17, extended in the C18 and
C19. Painted granite rubble walls. Scantle slate roof on front range and wing
behind left hand side, asbestos slate roof over rear roof parallel to front roof.
Chimneys over the gable ends. Granite chimneys over the original gable ends. Eaves
heightened probably in the C19 at the front.
Plan: Double depth plan. Originally a 2-room house with lobby and stair or possibly
passage between the rooms. Hall/kitchen on the left, parlour on the right. Extended
in the C18 with probably back kitchen wing at almost right angles behind the
hall/kitchen and probably later C18 with service rooms (now kitchen) behind the stair
and the parlour. In the C19 a detached wash house was added near the kitchen (now
linked by C20 structure).
Exterior: 2 storeys. Slightly irregular 3 window south front with approximately
central doorway. C20 door in original doorway within C20 porch/conservatory. Circa
late C19 horned sashes in original small windows openings, slightly irregularly
disposed. C20 bay window to ground floor right. Other elevations are unspoiled and
Interior: Plan unaltered probably since the C18. Original first floor structure
carried on chamfered and stopped hardwood beams; probably original fireplace in left-
hand room with chamfered oak lintel (reused ships timber with treenail holes); C18
simple T-plan stair and some C18 2-panel doors.
High slate coped rubble garden wall adjoins at right angles in front of the house.
Wash house has rubble walls, scantle slate roof and brick chimney over its right-hand
Listing NGR: SW4435328522
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