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Row of Three Attached Houses

A Grade II Listed Building in Calstock, Cornwall

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.4908 / 50°29'26"N

Longitude: -4.2244 / 4°13'27"W

OS Eastings: 242311

OS Northings: 68025

OS Grid: SX423680

Mapcode National: GBR NS.LDRC

Mapcode Global: FRA 271R.N2N

Entry Name: Row of Three Attached Houses

Listing Date: 19 October 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1146505

English Heritage Legacy ID: 60835

Location: Calstock, Cornwall, PL12

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: Calstock

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: Calstock

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text

CALSTOCK COTEHELE QUAY
SX 4268-4368
9/89 Row of three attached houses
GV II
Row of 3 attached houses. Probably originally of late C17, with later additions and
alterations, including a cottage addition to right of probably C18, and a mid C19
house, circa 1840 at the left end. Some later alterations. Painted slatestone
rubble, partly slate-hung. Slate roofs with ridge tiles and gable ends ; axial
stacks and gable end stacks with rubble shafts. The house at the left end has a
hipped slate roof and stacks to sides with brick shafts.
Plan: The house to right is of circa C18, of one-room plan, heated from a stack at
the left side. The central house is probably of the original build, of 3-room plan ;
2 rooms to right are heated from the axial stack, and the end room to left is heated
from a gable end stack to left. In circa mid C19, a third house was added at the
left end, with the front at the left side ; this is of double depth plan, with
central entrance and principal room to front right and left, each heated from a stack
at the side ; shallow service rooms to rear.
Exterior: the first house is at higher ground level to right, of 2-storeys with one
window, all C20 replacements. The ground floor has plank door and 3-light casement ;
first floor has 2-light casement. The house is built into the bank at the right side
and the rear.
The central house is 2-storey, asymmetrical front with C20 windows ; ground floor
has door with pitched slate hood to left, 3-light and 2-light casement to centre and
C20 door in small porch with pitched roof to right ; first floor has three 2-light
casements in gabled dormers. At the rear, there is a door to right with pitched
hood; 2-light casement to left. One gabled dormer with C20 window.
The third house is 2-storey, with symmetrical 2-window front, the upper level at the
front slate-hung. Ground floor has flat-roofed porch with half-glazed outer door
with sidelights, cornice to porch ; panelled double inner doors. Ground floor is
rendered with C20 French window to right and left. First floor has two C19 mullion
and transom windows with glazing bars. The right side slate hung at the upper level
; ground floor left has C20 window, first floor left C20 9-pane light. Rear ground
and first floor to right a small C20 window.


Listing NGR: SX4168670956

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