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Tredundle Farmhouse and Small Outbuilding Attached on South West

A Grade II Listed Building in Egloskerry, Cornwall

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.6368 / 50°38'12"N

Longitude: -4.4556 / 4°27'20"W

OS Eastings: 226448

OS Northings: 84778

OS Grid: SX264847

Mapcode National: GBR NG.97B1

Mapcode Global: FRA 17KD.7YP

Entry Name: Tredundle Farmhouse and Small Outbuilding Attached on South West

Listing Date: 11 January 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1142949

English Heritage Legacy ID: 67915

Location: Egloskerry, Cornwall, PL15

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: Egloskerry

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: Egloskerry

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text

EGLOSKERRY
SX 28 SE
10/25 Tredundle Farmhouse and small
outbuilding attached on south west
-
II

Farmhouse and attached bake or wash house. Circa early C17. Rendered and painted
stone rubble and cob. Rag and asbestos slate roofs with gable end on right and half
hipped end on left. Brick shafts to the axial and end stacks and projecting stone
rubble lateral stack with set offs on rear.
Plan: Unusual 4-room and cross passage plan: the house is built down the slope with
the lower end on right. Entrance to right of centre leading into cross passage with
thin partition on higher side and stone rubble cross wall on lower side. The lower
end is heated by an end stack. The small central room above the passage on left is
heated by an axial stack in the higher cross wall with a larger kitchen beyond heated
by a rear lateral stack. Partitioned off on the higher left hand side of the kitchen
is the dairy which is the fourth room. To the rear of the room above the passage and
lower side of the kitchen is a 1-room plan wing which has a cellar on the ground
floor and chamber above heated by a truncated end stack. To the rear of the passage
are the remains of an early stair turret with part of a newel stair which was
replaced at the top by a mid C17 balustrade when the turret was extended. The stair
turret was further extended in the circa later C18 or C19 to form an outshut to the
rear of the lower end. Attached on the front left of the house is a small C19 bake
house or wash house.
Exterior: 2-storeys. Asymmetrical 5-window front with ground sloping down to right
and entrance to right of centre. C19 or C20 panelled door with C20 window to right.
Two C19 3-light casements to left with C19 open-sided outshut forming porch beyond to
left with C19 door and dairy window to left. First floor with four C19 2-light
casements and 12-pane sash to right. Attached to the porch on front left a single
storey wash or bake house. Circa C19, stone rubble with slate roof with gable ends
and brick end stack. C19 2-light window in side wall.
Interior: Ceilings plastered, kitchen fireplace partly blocked with a Rayburn range
and C20 grate in room above passage. C19 chimney-piece in lower end, flanked by
circa late C18 china cupboards which have been altered in the C20. Rear wing has C19
surround to fireplace and roughly chamfered floor joists. The dairy is complete with
slate shelves and gauze windows. The newel stair to the rear of the passage has
later treads, probably on top of the earlier treads and has heavy turned late C17
balusters above.
Roof structure replaced in C20 (information from owners, roof not inspected).


Listing NGR: SX2644884778

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