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SO5040SE WIDEMARSH STREET 683-1/6/337 (West side) 10/06/52 Nos.25 AND 29 The Mansion House
Formerly known as: Nos.10 AND 11 WIDEMARSH STREET. House, now shops. c1697. Brick; stone: hipped Welsh slate roof with C20 composite tiles to right; brick end stacks. 2 storeys, attic and cellar; 5-window range: 6/6 sashes with moulded architraves in painted reveals; stone sills; stuccoed ashlar quoins; ornate corbelled and moulded eaves cornice; 2 raking dormers flanked by gable dormers with moulded pediments, all with C20, 2/2 casements and moulded eaves. Central passage has arched moulded lintel; to left, early C20 shop front with part-glazed door, under ornamental plasterwork; C20 tiles with rural scene; to right, C20 shop front cut into matching shop front. Rear: late C18: coloured brick flat arches; 6/6 sashes; C20 casements; moulded wood modillion cornice; 2 gable dormers with moulded pediments. INTERIOR: No.25 : 2nd floor: panelled walls evident behind modern boards; 1st floor C18 panelled walls, window shutters, dado, cornice - C17 ornate plaster ceilings; ground floor: mutilated C17 plaster ceilings, original stone fireplace. No.29: 1st floor: C18 panelling and window shutters.
Listing NGR: SO5096440120
© Dr Derek Foxton. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Foxton, Derek
Rights Holder: Foxton, Derek
Ashlar, Brick, Stone, Stucco, Tile, Welsh Slate, Stuart House, Georgian Monument (By Form), Domestic, Dwelling, Shop, Commercial