Abbey Lawn Cottages were built as a speculative development for the Abbey in the 15th or early 16th century. The terrace originally ran from nos. 34-51 Church Street, though only nos. 34-48 survive. This photograph shows no. 40 Church Street, with a large projecting rear gable, in the centre, and nos. 39-34 on the right. The terrace was restored from 1967. In this photograph, works appear to be complete in 34-39 and is continuing in nos. 40 onwards towards the left of the photograph. The cottages are an important surviving example of a medieval terrace and are Grade I Listed.
© Historic England Archive
People & Organisations
Photographer: Ashley, Hallam
Tudor Timber Framed House, Tudor Terrace, Renovation
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