This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL 4219 MUCH HADHAM HIGH STREET (east side) Much Hadham village
13/21 The Old House
House. Earlier C16 timber frame, altered 1826. Painted brick, weatherboarding and plaster. Steep old tile roof with half- gabled S end. Structurally a hall and cross wing on S, all one building and always 2 storeys. Closely studded upper storey is jettied on N end with richly moulded bressummer. Parapet has moulded cornice and recessed, chamfered plaque on S. 1826 alterations (dated on parapet) are Ground floor Gothic door and shop window. Door has 2 cinquefoil panels and quatrefoil bands below and above, continuing over window, which is slightly bowed with 27 panes. Moulded cornice continues over bricked forward, S Ground floor containing a 5/10 sash window. 3 small 1st floor sashes. Scratch-moulded panelling in front room behind bowed window. C19, wrought iron foot scraper. Very picturesque in the street. (RCHM Typescript).
Listing NGR: TL4283219516
© Mr John Harris. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Harris, John
Rights Holder: Harris, John
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