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DATCHET SU9877 & SU9977 THE GREEN 5/22 (SOUTH SIDE) THE OLD COUNCIL HOUSE GV II
House now two commercial premises probably mid-late C16 altered and refronted late C19/early C20. Timber frame, plastered, and front with applied timber framing; clay tile roof. One storey and attic. 1 x 2 bays gable-end to road, with late C19/early C20 side outshut on left under catside roof. On right, shop front is recessed below jettied 1st floor and has glazed panelled door on right with flanking console brackets supporting fascia, and 3-light leaded casement similar 1-light window on left; bracketed oriel to 1st floor with 3 x 1 light leaded casements, barge boards; terracotta finial side outshut has 2-light window, rear; C20 door below sash window with glazing bars, round arched to upper sash. C20 extension of outshut on right has door leading to upper floor. Interior: on ground floor, large - scantling spine-beam. Attic has wall plates tie-beams, that at centre cambered and windbraces.
Top of one wall post,is visible decorate cast-iron, fireplace at centre with panelled cupboard door beside. Probably more of the frame survives behind the internal wall claddings.
Listing NGR: SU9880877030
© Mr Chris Pooley. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Pooley, Chris
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Clay, Plaster, Tile, Timber, Medieval Timber Framed House, Tudor Monument <By Form>, Elizabethan Timber Framed Building, House, Domestic, Dwelling, Shop, Commercial