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Latitude: 50.5772 / 50°34'37"N
Longitude: -4.8272 / 4°49'37"W
OS Eastings: 199924
OS Northings: 79084
OS Grid: SW999790
Mapcode National: GBR ZV.HMBN
Mapcode Global: FRA 07SJ.TFH
Entry Name: Penant Farmhouse and Garden Wall to Front and Sides with Mounting Block
Listing Date: 26 June 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1115085
English Heritage Legacy ID: 351332
Location: St. Endellion, Cornwall, PL29
Civil Parish: St. Endellion
Traditional County: Cornwall
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall
Church of England Parish: St Endellion
Church of England Diocese: Truro
SW 97 NE ST ENDELLION
4/5 Penant Farmhouse and garden wall to
front and sides with mounting block
Farmhouse and garden walls to front and sides with mounting block. Possibly late C16
or early C17 partly extended and remodelled in early C19. Stone rubble, partly
rebuilt on front and rear elevations with masonry in left-hand gable end renewed in
1970s. Slate roof with gable end on left, hipped end on right and projecting cross
wing to front right with cement-washed scantle slate roof with hipped end to front
and gable end to rear. The eaves appear to have been raised on the front right-hand
side of this range. Early ridge tile of equestrian figure with head missing. Main
range with stone rubble and brick stack on left-hand gable end and evidence of
truncated chimney stack visible from within roof space on right-hand hipped end.
Cross wing with front room heated by projecting side lateral chimney stack with
rendered diagonally set pair of C19 shafts with circa C17 stone rubble chimney stack
on rear gable end.
Plan uncertain but appears to comprise earlier 2-room plan cross wing on right heated
by side lateral stack and gable end stack. Main range on left possibly remodelled in
early C19; of double depth plan with 2 reception rooms on front with wide cross
passage containing stair and service room and back stair across rear.
2 storeys 3:1 wings. Regular 3 windows to left disposed slightly towards the right,
and doorway to right of centre, 1 window in projecting cross wing to right. Range
on left with 2 probably C19 4-pane sashes with dressed stone probably renewed arch on
left and rendered lintel on right. C19 4-panel door with C20 conservatory porch
between. 3 possibly C19 4-pane sashes on first floor with dressed stone arches.
Cross wing on right with blocked opening in side wall on left and C19 20-pane sashes
on ground and first floor. Reset granite lintel above first floor opening.
Rear elevation unaltered with C19 sashes and C19 2-light sliding-sash in first floor
of gable end to cross wing on left.
Interior Roof timbers to main range replaced in circa mid to late C19. Circa mid
C17 roof timbers in rear section of cross wing with fairly heavy clean principals
possibly with slightly curved feet, halved, lapped and pegged at apex. Collars
chamfered and halved lapped and pegged onto principals.
Roof structure to front section of cross wing where eaves have been raised
inaccessible. Full inspection of interior not accessible.
Stone rubble garden wall to front and sides with mounting block on left-hand side.
Formerly property of the Row family who were Catholics.
Trevan, Dr Frederick The History of Port Isaac and Port Quin 1833-34.
Listing NGR: SW9992479084
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