Buildings at Risk

South Pier House

From the listed building documents: “The building is of note for its external character and stonework, and its contribution to the historic character of the harbour. Group value with La Folie. 3-bay, 2-storey with twin gabled slate roof. Walls rubble granite with dressed stonework to quoins and openings, and to raised gable verges. Principal (north) elevation has twin gables with ventilation slots, early C20 multi-pane sash windows, and central 4-panelled front door set within margin lights and overlight. East and west elevations have a pair of hip-roofed wall dormers. Tall granite chimneystack rises flush with east elevation. Curved granite walled garden / yard survives from the earlier phase. The early C20 single storey ancillary building adjoining to east is not of interest. The interior of the property is not of interest. The house retains the core and twin-gabled roof form of an earlier C19 store, as shown in old photos, but was heavily redesigned and extended in 1926 to make a house”.

 

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