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Wiltshire (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
ST 99949 70718



ST9970 THE GREEN 755-1/5/158 (South side) 19/05/50 No.20


House. C16, partly rebuilt mid/late C17, refronted c1758. Lobby entry 2-room plan, rear service ranges. Coursed limestone rubble, formerly rendered, with dressings, ashlar central ridge stack and asbestos slate roof. Long 2-room parallel plan, remodelled in C17 with central lobby entry, rear stair turret and rear wing. 2 storeys, semi-basement and attic; 3-window range. Divided by a plinth, plat band, cornice and parapet, with roll-moulded right-hand gable coping. Central doorway has raised surround and pediment to a 4-panel door and swept steps up with wrought-iron railings. Raised flat surrounds to paired central and left-hand windows, and 3-light right-hand stone-mullioned windows, to 6/6-pane ground-floor and 9/6-pane first-floor sashes, all with thick glazing bars; two C19 gabled casement dormers; covered right-hand basement window with moulded surround. Rear includes a gabled mid/late C17 stair tower to rear right with stone-mullioned and transomed window; central early C19 wing with 8/8-pane first-floor sash, and a gabled C17 rear left wing with gable stack and a 2-light first-floor mullion window over a doorway with French windows; W lean-to against the White Hart (qv) includes an inserted Tuscan column beside a 3-light mullion window. INTERIOR: details include a flagged semi-basement with rear C16 stone winder stair with a Tudor-arched doorway with defaced shields in the sunken spandrels facing the rear; ground-floor has rear dogleg C17 stair with original treads and later C19 turned balusters and uncut string; late C16 moulded wall beams in S and N wall; C17 chamfered ceiling beams with stopped ends. Central stack has wide C17 fireplace with chamfered oak bressumer, and C17 first-floor fireplaces. Roof renewed. HISTORICAL NOTE: part of a former C16 range connected to No.19 (qv) and the White Hart Hotel (qv) by the semi-basement, refronted c1758.

Listing NGR: ST9994970718


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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: 29 Mar 2002
Reference: IOE01/05172/03
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr David Nunn. Source Historic England Archive
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