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SP0202 MARKET PLACE 578-1/4/224 (North side) 14/06/48 No.1


Shop with upper floors empty. Early C19. Limestone ashlar; double-pile Welsh slate parapeted roof; rendered lateral stack to right. Building on corner site with curved corner has fronts to Market Place and West Market Place to left side. To Market Place, 3 storeys to left, 4 storeys to right, each single window wide. First floor to left has 6/6-pane sash in plain reveal with stone cill, second floor has similar window; to right first floor has 2/2- 6/6- 2/2-pane triple sash with timber mullions, second floor has similar window, third floor also has similar 1/2- 3/6- 1/2-pane sash window. Ground floor has 2 shopfronts, mid C20 but possibly with C19 origins. To right plate glass window with bronze arched glazing bars in frieze has recessed glazed door with overlight to left, tiled stall riser and pilasters with console brackets flanking frieze and blind box over. To left shopfront continues around corner to main entrance on West Market Place front; to Market Place single plate glass window with stainless steel surround has panel over with applied sans serif lettering FISH. GAME /& POULTRY, flanked by unmoulded pilaster strips with blind box, frieze with applied sans serif lettering BARNETT and moulded timber cornice; bay of shopfront on splay to corner and first bay to West Market Place front divided by unmoulded square pilasters are open with steel shutters to close at night; last bay to left of West Market Place elevation has sliding steel windows; frieze with moulded cornice over continued from Market Place elevation has sans serif lettering CHARLES BARNETT /FISH & /POULTRY. Market Place elevation has band course over first floor to left; to right giant pilasters flanking facade; continuous moulded stone eaves cornice, coped parapet rebuilt in reconstituted stone, cornice and parapet continuous also with No.3 Market Place (qv). West Market Place elevation has two 6/6-pane sashes to first floor, one similar sash and one blind window to second floor; ground floor has plank door with overlight in plain reveal to left of shopfront; band course, cornice and parapet continue from Market Place elevation. INTERIORS not inspected; front to right of Market Place elevation said by owner to conceal timber-frame.

Listing NGR: SP0227602056


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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: 19 May 2001
Reference: IOE01/04085/07
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Bryan Berkeley. Source Historic England Archive
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