This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL5338 HIGH STREET 669-1/1/180 (West side) 28/11/51 No.7 including bollards, chains and wall to north (Formerly Listed as: HIGH STREET No.7) (Formerly Listed as: HIGH STREET Garden wall to No.7)
House. Early C19. Brick, part red and part gault with ashlared stucco front to High Street. Roofs, slate, some hipped and some gabled. 2 storeys. Front is of 3 bays, that in the centre narrower and breaking forward slightly. Parapet with 3 balustered panels, 2 blind. Cornice with paired modillions. The outer parts each have a 2-storey canted shallow bay window with small paned double-hung sashes on first floor, plain to ground floor. Panelled pilaster strips between windows and painted timber panels beneath first floor windows. The centre of the first floor has a 12 paned double-hung sash window set within a rectangular recess with triple keystone over. Narrow painted string band at first floor level and above plinth. Central doorcase set within semicircular arch with keystone and broad pilasters, forming centre bay of ground floor. Doorcase has pediment, panelled pilasters and semicircular fanlight with radiating glazing bars. Door of 6 moulded panels recessed with moulded panels on flanks. 2 stone steps with moulded edges. 2 bootscrapers. Row of 6 stuccoed bollards on frontage linked by chains. N flank wall to passage, of red Flemish bond brickwork with some blue/black headers and moulded cornice. Rear elevation (not seen in detail) is part gault and part red brick with pavilion roof of Mansard form. Large central ground floor hall. Interior not inspected. Garden wall to No.7 was listed on 01/11/72.
Listing NGR: TL5363238546
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