This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ST JAMES'S STREET 1. 1445 (West Side) No 118 SZ 4989 SE 2/89 (The Old Grammar School) 1.10.53.
2. Dated 1614. A 3 storey building in rubble with roof of old tiles. One large central gable, and wood mullioned windows, one in the gable, and the 2nd storey having 2 of 4 lights, flanking 2 of 2 lights. All have moulded drip stones. Ground floor has 2 3 ligt windows and one of 2 lights. Recessed door with moulded rectangular label and restored head stops. A moulded stone shield beneath gable window. Carved chimney piece inside. Charles I lodged in the building for 10 weeks while the Treaty of Newport was being negotiated.
Listing NGR: SZ4977589220
© Rev Robert Rudd. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Rudd, Robert
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