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No 31 Perrot's Terrace

A Grade II Listed Building in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.7993 / 51°47'57"N

Longitude: -4.9759 / 4°58'33"W

OS Eastings: 194900

OS Northings: 215371

OS Grid: SM949153

Mapcode National: GBR CK.XY46

Mapcode Global: VH1RL.P1SH

Entry Name: No 31 Perrot's Terrace

Listing Date: 1 July 1974

Last Amended: 30 November 2005

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 87030

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Situated at the upper end of Barn Street, Nos 31-37 are a row of four with similar eaves height.

County: Pembrokeshire

Town: Haverfordwest

Community: Haverfordwest (Hwlffordd)

Community: Haverfordwest

Built-Up Area: Haverfordwest

Traditional County: Pembrokeshire

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History

One of a row of twelve houses built as the Perrot Trust Almshouses from 1846 to 1866, for the trust set up in 1580 by the will of Sir John Perrot of Haroldston. The original design was by W. H. Lindsey, and the earliest houses were at the upper end. The houses are to a simple gabled Tudor design, and are unusually large for almshouses of the time. The earlier ones, Nos 23-35 are taller and have stone voussoirs to the windows where the later ones 15-21 have brick.

Exterior

Terraced house, rubble stone, with deep-eaved slate roofs and renewed brick end stacks. Two storeys, double-fronted with central doorways between gabled outer bays, the windows in a slight full-height triangular-headed recess. Original windows have been replaced by modern 2-light casement windows with round headed panes in top lights. In 2005 the C20 windows were being replaced with 12-pane sashes and 9-pane upper sashes. Stone voussoirs to flat heads, painted slate sills, and stone hoodmoulds over the ground floor openings. Renewed boarded door with overlight.

Interior

Not inspected.

Reasons for Listing

Included for its special historic interest as part of a row of mid C19 almshouses of unusual scale.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II No 33 Perrot's Terrace
    Situated at the upper end of Barn Street, Nos 31-37 are a row of four with similar eaves height.
  • II No 29 Perrot's Terrace
    Situated at the upper end of Barn Street, Nos 27 and 29 are the fourth pair from the lower end of the almshouse group.
  • II No 35 Perrot's Terrace
    Situated at the upper end of Barn Street, Nos 31-37 are a row of four with similar eaves height.
  • II No 27 Perrot's Terrace
    Situated at the upper end of Barn Street, Nos 27 and 29 are the fourth pair from the lower end of the almshouse group.
  • II No 37 Perrot's Terrace
    Situated at the upper end of Barn Street, Nos 31-37 are a row of four with similar eaves height.
  • II No 25 Perrot's Terrace
    Situated at the upper end of Barn Street, Nos 23 and 25, the third pair from the lower end of the almshouse group.
  • II No 23 Perrot's Terrace
    Situated at the upper end of Barn Street, Nos 23 and 25, the third pair from the lower end of the almshouse group.
  • II No 21 Perrot's Terrace
    Situated at the upper end of Barn Street, Nos 19 and 21 the second lowest pair of the almshouse group.

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