This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SW6427 CHURCH STREET 631-1/4/22 (West side) 22/05/72 No.14
Town house. C17, largely rebuilt early/mid C18. Local rubble with granite ashlar lintel courses and flat arches to ground and 1st floors; segmental arches to basement; steep dry slate roof with 3 hipped roof dormers with C20 two-light casements; brick end stacks. L-shaped plan including C18 rear wing at right-angles on left. 2 storeys plus attic over basement. C20 horned sashes with glazing bars replacing original C18 sashes which had had thick glazing bars removed; original C18 16-pane basement sash towards right with thick glazing bars and arched head; carriage opening on right; late C19 three-light shop front on left with end pilasters with consoles, slender mullions to basket-arched lights, C20 glazed door and overlight on left and fascia with moulded cornice continuing over central pilastered house doorway approached by 4 granite steps. INTERIOR: C17 chamfered granite lintel to lateral basement fireplace and roof structure with lap dovetails to collars possibly also C17. C18 features include: front dogleg staircase with turned balusters; C18 staircase to rear wing.
Listing NGR: SW6590827515
© Mr George A. Taylor. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Taylor, George A.
Rights Holder: Taylor, George A.
Ashlar, Granite, Rubble, Slate, Tudor Town House, Elizabethan Domestic, Stuart House, Jacobean Dwelling, Monument <By Form>, Shop, Commercial