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Pellor House and Garden Walls Fronting the Road and Flanking the Entrances

A Grade II Listed Building in Breage, Cornwall

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.1096 / 50°6'34"N

Longitude: -5.3335 / 5°20'0"W

OS Eastings: 161756

OS Northings: 28602

OS Grid: SW617286

Mapcode National: GBR FX6D.9RK

Mapcode Global: VH132.HHRT

Entry Name: Pellor House and Garden Walls Fronting the Road and Flanking the Entrances

Listing Date: 26 August 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1159184

English Heritage Legacy ID: 65777

Location: Breage, Cornwall, TR13

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: Breage

Built-Up Area: Breage

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: Breage with Godolphin and Ashton

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text


SW 62 NW BREAGE PELLOR ROAD, Breage

7/77 Pellor house and garden walls
fronting the road and flanking the
entrances
GV II

House and garden walls now used as 2 houses. C18 in part but mostly circa early C19.
Stucco front otherwise painted rubble walls with dressed granite sills and quoins.
Grouted scantle slate roofs: the front roof half-hipped with ogee eaves gutter
attached to fascia board carried on moulded brackets; 2 roofs of steeper pitch over
parallel wings at right angles to rear and at lower level than main roof; stone
chimney over gable end of left hand wing and brick chimney over the gable end of the
other wing.
Plan: now an overall U-shape with 2 nearly equal rooms at the C19 front; through
passage between the rooms; the passage leads to a passage originally open between 2
equal length 2-room plan wing; the right hand wing circa early C19 integral C18 house
retained as a service wing; the right hand wing circa early C19 integral with the
front but designed to match the proportions of the C18 part.
2 storeys. Nearly symmetrical 3 window south front, doorway and window over slightly
right of middle with the fenestration but all grouped nearer to the left. Chinese
influence latticed wooden porch. 16-pane horned sashes to ground floor openings and
4-pane horned sashes to first floor.
Left hand wall of C18 wing remodelled in the early C19 as 3-window front facing west,
This wall was probably the rear wall in the C18. 3 of the early C19 hornless sashes
survive: ground floor right with 20 panes; 16-pane sash over and at first floor left
the 8-pane upper sash only survives, the lower sash replaced with single pane.
Otherwise the windows are later sashes or C20.
Interior not inspected.
The garden walls are granite rubble with granite copings. The gate piers are square-
on-plan granite monoliths, those to the front (south) entrance with pointed heads,
those to the rear entrance (north) with round heads, 2 set back from the road and one
near the corner of the C19 wing.


Listing NGR: SW6175628602

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