This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL5338 HIGH STREET 669-1/1/187 (West side) 29/08/69 No.17
Shop and flats. Early C19 and earlier. Timber-framed and rendered and painted Flemish bond brickwork front to High Street. Roof of front range is hipped and part slate, part plain machine made clay tiles. Parallel rear range and long range at right angles to rear with plain tile roofs. 2 storeys and complex plan form. Front has pulvinated frieze and 4 giant Doric pilasters, one returning on N flank. Centre bay is slightly recessed. First floor has three 12 paned double hung sash windows and ground floor has 2 tripartite double hung sash windows with small panes in upper halves. Central doorcase with moulded cornice, moulded architrave and panelled reveals. Rectangular fanlight over door now infilled. Exposed N flank to access way is of ashlared render with a double-hung hung sash window on each floor with moulded surrounds and 8 large square panes. Small hipped roofed parallel 2-storey range to rear. 2 flat roofed extensions, one single and one of 2 storeys to the W. Behind this is a long rear range at right angles with gabled W end abutting a C19 rear extension with scalloped pargetting on its N flank. Large red brick cruciform plan stack over front range and smaller rectangular stack adjoining, also stack on long rear range. Interior not inspected.
Listing NGR: TL5366538508
© Mr Dominic Davey. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Davey, Dominic
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Brick, Clay, Slate, Tile, Georgian Apartment, Victorian Domestic, Dwelling, Shop, Commercial, Timber Framed Building, Monument <By Form>