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6, FORE STREET (See details for further address information)

A Grade II Listed Building in St Day, Cornwall

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Latitude: 50.2389 / 50°14'20"N

Longitude: -5.1859 / 5°11'9"W

OS Eastings: 172920

OS Northings: 42515

OS Grid: SW729425

Mapcode National: GBR Z6.12VP

Mapcode Global: FRA 080D.KGG

Entry Name: 6, FORE STREET (See details for further address information)

Listing Date: 12 September 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1162379

English Heritage Legacy ID: 66916

Location: St. Day, Cornwall, TR16

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: St. Day

Built-Up Area: St Day

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: St Day

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text

SW 74 SW
(north side, corner of
11/350 Telegraph Street)
with No.1 Telegraph Street
Shop and 2 cottages, now shop and one dwelling, with attached shop and cottage
now house (No.1 Telegraph Street). Early C19; altered. Cross-wall construction,
the cross walls of stone and the front and rear walls of light post-and-rail
construction infilled with rubble, with slate-hung cladding painted white, on a
plinth of large granite blocks; slurried slate roof (No.1 Telegraph Street has tiles
imitating slate). On oblique corner site, single-depth trapezoidal plan with shop
at left end, and No.1 Telegraph Street attached and slightly canted back at the
right-hand end. Two low storeys and 3+2 bays in total; the shop has a chamfered
corner containing the doorway, a wide shop-window of 6 large panes, and another
doorway to the right, both doorways with pilaster jambs, and all under a plain
fascia and simple cornice with egg-and-dart decoration; at 1st floor, the end
over the doorway has an inverted triangle of fishscale slates, and the front has a
4-pane sashed window. To the right, each cottage has one 4-pane sash on each
floor, with the doorway to the 2nd cottage between the ground-floor windows;
and rear-wall chimneys. No.1 Telegraph Street, of 2 bays slightly canted back,
has an altered former shop front in the 1st bay, with slender pilastered jambs to
a blocked doorway at its right-hand end, and a 4-pane sash and modern doorway
to the left, all under a plain fascia and cornice with egg-and-dart decoration;
one 4-pane sash to the right and 2 above; and a gable chimney. Interior:
cottages to right of shop were formerly one-up-one-down, each with a deep
square granite fireplace in the rear wall; plaster now removed to expose wall
construction; modern additions to rear.
Forms an attractive enclosure to the north-west side of a triangular junction
which was formerly the site of St Day cross.

Listing NGR: SW7292042515

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