This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ST9387 HIGH STREET 758-1/4/150 (East side) 01/07/76 No.24
Formerly known as: Holland Chapel. House, reputedly a guildhall (Hudson), subsequently a chapel, now shop. C17, refaced C19. Brick facing, limestone rubble rear, right-hand brick stack and stone slate roof. 2-room plan at right-angles to street. 2 storeys; 1-window range. A cambered head to left-hand doorway with a 4-panel door, mid C19 shop front with panelled jambs, consoles and cornice, with a plate-glass window, and cambered head to first-floor horned 2/2-pane sash. Rear half-hipped gable has quoins and a ground-floor 8/8-pane sash, with a C19 brick range. INTERIOR: details include blocked, wide-splayed window openings on N side to ground and first floors, a curved recess to the side of the fireplace on the ground-floor S side, and chamfered ceiling beams. Formerly with a central right-hand lateral stair. HISTORICAL NOTE: known as the Holland Chapel, possibly for the Dutch weaving community established 1661.
Listing NGR: ST9333687131
© Mr G Williams. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
People & Organisations
Photographer: Williams, G
Rights Holder: Williams, G
Brick, Limestone, Rubble, Stone, Tudor House, Elizabethan Monument (By Form), Stuart Domestic, Jacobean Dwelling, Guildhall, Commercial, Civil, Meeting Hall, Public Building, Chapel, Religious Ritual And Funerary, Place Of Worship, Shop
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