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Meadowside House

A Grade II Listed Building in Hayle, Cornwall

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Latitude: 50.1761 / 50°10'34"N

Longitude: -5.4258 / 5°25'32"W

OS Eastings: 155499

OS Northings: 36296

OS Grid: SW554362

Mapcode National: GBR DXZ6.X2Z

Mapcode Global: VH12M.WTZV

Plus Code: 9C2P5HGF+FM

Entry Name: Meadowside House

Listing Date: 14 January 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1327623

English Heritage Legacy ID: 70277

Location: Hayle, Cornwall, TR27

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: Hayle

Built-Up Area: Hayle

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: St Erth

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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HAYLE TRELISSICK ROAD (south west side),
SW 5436-5536
12/165 Nos 44 to 48 (Meadowside House)

House. Circa 1860s or possibly circa 1840s and remodelled in the 1860s.
Stuccoed walls. Grouted scantle slate roofs, hipped except for gable end to
axial wing, behind main entrance on the left. Wide eaves with cast-iron ogee gutter. Pair of chamfered stucco chimney shafts over right-hand wall and
another chimney over rear wall of main block.
Plan: Double depth plan plus 2 rooms deep service wing at right angles to
rear middle: 2 reception rooms at the garden front surrounded by open
verandah with balcony above; entrance hall behind left-hand room leading presumably to central stair hall behind the front rooms; at rear left is a projecting axial wing; set back on the right is an attached summer house with external steps and at far rear is service wing with entrance hall between the rooms.
Exterior: 2-storeys. Plinth, clasping Doric corner pilasters moulded
architraves. Symmetrical 3 window south garden room (except for circa late
C19 projecting bay window on the right). Central domed niche. Probably
original 4-pane hornless sashes to first floor openings. Pair of circa late
C19 French windows with overlights to ground floor left, 4-light bay window
with leaded overlight, right. In front is a 5 bay cast-iron open verandah
plus splayed corner bays and returning for 2 bays at either end. Verandah
has column-turned stanchions; flat headed arches with pierced spandrels and frieze over. Above the verandah is a balcony with cross-braced balustrade
On the right the verandah front is glazed (circa late C19) to form a
conservatory. West entrance front has symmetrical 3 window front of service
wing set back on the left and 1:1:1: bay front on the right. Service wing
has central doorway with panelled door and original 12-pane hornless sashes
at front, end and rear. Main entrance front on the right has panelled and
glazed box porch to middle bay with pilaster mullions, coloured glazing with marginal panes, overlights and entablature with dentils. Left-hand gable-
ended bay is built forward and has canted bay window with pilaster mullions
and dentilled entablature and tripartite window over with pilaster mullions
and moulded cornice to the entablature. Blind window right of porch.
Original hornless sashes with plate glass.
Interior: Not inspected but possibly as complete as the very interesting C19

Listing NGR: SW5549936296

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