9, 10 AND 11, RAVEN LANE


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9, 10 AND 11, RAVEN LANE


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Statutory Address:
9, 10 AND 11, RAVEN LANE

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

Shropshire (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SO 51092 74497



SO5174 RAVEN LANE 825-1/1/451 (West side) 15/04/54 Nos.9, 10 AND 11 (Formerly Listed as: RAVEN LANE (West side) No.9)


Houses. C16 to C17 with later alterations. Stucco; C20 tongue and groove vertical weather boarding, to timber-frame; twin gabled roof with plain tiles and Welsh slate; brick stack to rear and to right side. 2-unit plan. 3-storeys and cellar; 2-window range: late C18, 3/3 sashes, under jetty with boarded consoles and soffits; C20, 3/3 sashes in gables; ornamented bargeboards. Stucco to ground floor, with entrance centre left: C19, 4-panel door with moulded architrave, flanked by 10/10 sashes in moulded architraves; passage way to rear, to far right, has plain doorcase with cambered head; jetty overall, with stucco consoles. Right elevation of rubble with brick quoins, flues and superstructure; brick modillion eaves. Left return: weather boarded, with 6/6 sash in moulded case to 1st floor; jetty; 4/4 sash in moulded case in gable. Passage to rear displays timber-framing on left: corbelled rubble on right; brick arches; exposed ceiling beams; plank door with fixed light, grilled overlight, and light with sliding shutter. Rear has 2-light casement under segtmental arch, with 2-light metal casement over. Further range to rear (No.10): C18. 3-storeys; 2-window range: 3-light casement and fixed light with old leaded lights, under segmental arches; 3-light window with central metal casement, over. Central 4-panel door under segmental arch, flanked by fixed light (to left) and 3-light window with central metal casement, both under segmental arches. Stop chamfered ceiling beams and moulded plaster ceiling, to ground floor. Further range (No.11) of roughcast brick; 2-storeys; steps to C20 door; C19, 2-light casement to right, both under cambered stucco lintels; modillion eaves. Gable has 2 roughcast brick stacks, and various casements. Ground floor of rubble with some timber-frame and brick; stairs to upper floor, probably early C19. Shallow pitch slate roof with stone coped gable parapet to rear range. Timber-framing in gable of rear range suggests C18 raising and extending of earlier wing (of No.9). INTERIOR: boarded, probably massive ceiling beams, and exposed joists.

Listing NGR: SO5109874502


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 03 May 2006
Reference: IOE01/14793/10
Rights: Copyright IoE Mrs Megan G. Dawson. Source Historic England Archive
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