11 East Street
- 19 Feb 2003
- 11 East Street, Saffron Walden, Uttlesford, Essex, CB10 1LS
- Photograph (Digital)
This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL5438 EAST STREET 669-1/2/136 (North side) 01/11/72 No.11
House. Early C19 and enlarged in similar style soon after. End on to road, ground drops steeply to N. Gault brick with slated roof. Rectangular plan of earlier unit and later parallel range to W. 2 storeys with cellar entered fron N ground level.
E front elevation: 3 bays, central doorway with 4-paned over-light door of 3 flush beaded panels. Ground and first floor windows to N blind. 3 rest have C20 2-light casements. All windows and doorways have slightly segmented heads with refined voussoirs. S end elevation: 2 gables of original unit and broader addition. W block projecting eaves and purlins. Tall twin shafted stack on W gable and lesser stack seen set back in central valley. E unit has single ground floor window with C20 thick glass block panes, blind window aperture above on first floor. W end unit blank. N end elevation: twin gabled as S end with similar chimney positions and eaves. W unit similarly blank. E block, lower cellar ground floor has plain boarded C19 door and adjacent C19 4x3 paned sash window flanked by deep Fletton brick buttress piers each side. Street ground floor, one C19 4x4 panes sash window. Upper floor, single C20 top-opening double casement window. W, garden elevation: 3 bays, central doorway with over-light, door has 2 upper glazed panels and 2 lower depressed panels. To S, plain C19 sash window (no horns). To N, 3-cant bay window, roof of C19 decorative tiles, C19 sashes. First floor, central window blind, outer ones both C20 top-opening double casements. Stacks at each gable end with roll moulded bases, shafts have corbelled brick heads. INTERIOR: stack arrangement clearly shows original slender E block with 2 rear stacks to back with more spacious added W block with end wall stacks. Different builds shown by altered stair system and slight difference in constructional methods used.
Listing NGR: TL5411238469
Copyright IoE Mr Peter A Riding. Source Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
Photographer: Riding, Peter A
Rights Holder: Riding, Peter A
Brick, Slate, Georgian House, Victorian Monument <By Form>, Domestic, Dwelling