This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
HIGH STREET 1.
5407 (North Side) Nos 117 to 120 (consec) including outhouse behind No 120 SU 1869 1/34 II GV 2.
C18. 3 storey and basement. Brick with plain parapet top and moulded stone coping. Old tile roof. Formerly symmetrical terrace of 3 houses. 2nd floor windows. 2-3-2. 1s+ floor windows - 2 (altered Cl9) - 2 C19 angular bay windows with balcony between, and tiled pent roof across both 2 C18 windows. On ground floor in sequence from left hand - yard entry - 6-panel door with 3-pane rectangular fanlight - 3-light window - plain Cl9 shop front - 3-light window - 6-panel door - plain C19 shop front - and arched passage entry at right hand corner. 4 basement windows. Plain slate pent roof across front, plaster soffit, on Cl9 cut bracket supports. Outhouse behind No 120. Probably C18. Chequer brick ground floor. lst floor part tile-hung, part weatherboard. Pitched old tile roof. 2 storeys. 1 planked door, and 1 casement with glazing bars on ground floor. 1 lattice-paned casement, and 1 casement with glazing bars on lst floor. 1 Yorkshire casement with glazing bars in end elevation.
Nos 112 to 116 (consec), Potters End, The Castle & Ball Hotel and Nos 117 to 124 (consec) form a group.
Listing NGR: SU1872969079
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