This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TIMSBURY C.P. CROCK BARTON ST 65 NE 2/31 Nos. 1-4 24.1.85 - II 4 Houses in a short, uniform terrace. C1700. Coursed rubble, freestone dressings, pantile roofs, stone ridge, ashlar stacks, raised in brick at each end.
2 handed pairs of vertical houses. 3 storeys, 4 windows, 3-light, casement except second floor which has 2 lights, all with edge-moulded mullions, many casements replaced, centrally as 2-pane sashes, 2 sets of paired plank doors in chamfered lintels and jambs; at each end are single storey hipped wings, one window with reserved ovolo-moulded frame, door and tall brick end stack. At rear, 4 ground floor scullery windows under timber lintels, each with grille and door, each first floor room has inserted 4-pane sash in flush surround. Interior: thin plank screen, topped by wavy ventilation grille, makes lobby behind each door, then returns to divide off scullery, ogee-stopped, chamfered beams throughout, ground floor has fireplaces with adjacent cupboards and winder stairs which rise full height, first floor rooms have moulded fire surrounds. Empty and decaying at time of survey (October 1985).
Listing NGR: ST6703858724
Copyright IoE Mr Arthur A. Chapman. Source Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Chapman, Arthur A.
Rights Holder: Chapman, Arthur A.
Freestone, Pantile, Rubble, Stuart Terrace, Georgian Domestic, Multiple Dwelling, Dwelling, Terraced House, Monument <By Form>, House