BAYTREES RESTAURANT OSBORN'S SHOP

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1140085

Date first listed: 10-Apr-1992

Statutory Address: BAYTREES RESTAURANT, DRURY LANE

Statutory Address: BAYTREES RESTAURANT, LITTLE SQUARE

Statutory Address: OSBORN'S SHOP, DRURY LANE

Statutory Address: OSBORN'S SHOP, LITTLE SQUARE

Map

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OSBORN'S SHOP
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Location

Statutory Address: BAYTREES RESTAURANT, DRURY LANE

Statutory Address: BAYTREES RESTAURANT, LITTLE SQUARE

Statutory Address: OSBORN'S SHOP, DRURY LANE

Statutory Address: OSBORN'S SHOP, LITTLE SQUARE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Essex

District: Braintree (District Authority)

National Grid Reference: TL 75757 23160

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Details

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BRAINTREE LITTLE SQUARE TL 7523 (east side) 1/10001 Baytrees Restaurant and Osborn's Shop

GV II

2 shops with flats above; formerly an inn. C17 altered and extended in C18 and C19. Timber framed and plastered with mock timbering on main elevations. Main ranges roofed with hand made red plain tiles. Rear ranges roofed in slate. 2 internal square brick stacks rising in the 2 outer roof valleys 4 parallel wings end on to Little Square, each 2 bays deep. 2 rear 2-storey out- shuts running east to various 2 and 3-storey timber frame and brick outbuildings now used as shops with storage fronting onto Drury Lane. 2 storeys with attics. Ground floor late C19 shop- front extends across entire frontage subdivided into 4 bays by pilasters with tripartite glazing. Splayed entrance doorways at each end with glazed C20 doors. First floor C19 sash windows. 2 right hand gables have larger frames and sashes with central glazing bars, wide surrounds and simple flat pediments above. Beneath 2 left hand gables the sashes are smaller and multi- paned. 2 left hand attics have small altered C19 sashes. The shop front carries round onto each return elevation with various multi-paned sashes at first floor level. On rear elevation one gable has horizontal sliding sash window to attic with 2 twelve pane lights. Internally bridging joists have chamfers with lambs tongue stops. First floor front room in right hand half of building has a raised ceiling to form a larger former assembly room. Cl9 internal features include grates, dado rail and doors. In C19 the building was known as "Lion and Lamb" Inn.

Listing NGR: TL7575723160

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 352144

Legacy System: LBS

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