117, 119, 119A, 121, HIGH STREET


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117, 119, 119A, 121, HIGH STREET


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Statutory Address:
117, 119, 119A, 121, HIGH STREET

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

Maldon (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TL 85307 06952



TL8506NW HIGH STREET 574-1/9/105 (North East side) 24/09/71 Nos.117, 119, 119A, 121 (Formerly Listed as: HIGH STREET (North side) Nos.117-121 (Odd))


House, now shops and flats. Late C15. Timber-framed with painted brick header-bond front, white weatherboarded north-west flank and red brick (partly painted) Flemish-bond rear elevation; large roof of plain tiles hipped but with central valley. Central stack within valley and early C17 stack behind north-west wing with typical fin of brickwork fronting long sloping shoulder. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys with attic and cellar; 3-window range. 2 gabled dormers one with plain 2-light casement and other with 8-pane C20 window. Dentilled brick eaves. 1st floor has 3 sash windows with segmental heads, 2 with margin glazing and one with a single vertical glazing bar. Ground floor has 3 shop fronts, that to the north-west with an oriel bow window with flat roof, moulded cornice and 8 vertically proportioned panes, and simple C20 door opening. The centre shop front once had similar bow but now has C20 butcher's shop front of glazed tiles, large sash front and blind box. The south-east unit has a larger slightly curved plate-glass bow window with its head concealed by projecting fascia and door opening with segmental brick arch and C20 door with fanlight. The weatherboarded north-west flank has, on ground floor, one small-paned sash window and fixed door with hood board on thin consoles. The main roof sweeps down at this end. The rear elevation has a roof light in rear slope and two 2-light horizontal-sliding casements, each with 6 panes, on 1st floor. The painted ground floor has a sash and a door. Pantile-roofed lean-to at north-west corner and gabled pantiled outhouse behind No.121. Rear yard has 2 linked outhouses, part black weatherboarded, part brick, with gabled pantiled roofs. INTERIOR: originally built as hall house with 2 gabled and jettied cross-wings. No.117 is service-end cross-wing with evidence for contemporary shop front in front bay and one jetty bracket surviving behind wall. Widely spaced studs, jowled posts and remains of diamond-mullioned window on 1st floor at rear and north-west flank, and at ground floor on

north-west flank. Original stair position against hall partition. Cambered tie beam on 1st floor with mortices for short tie-beam braces. Roof originally hipped at rear and wall braces survive on hall wall. No.121 was formerly parlour and arch-headed parlour door, now encased in plaster, survives in partition to hall. No.119 has chamfered and stopped 2-storey timber-frame probably contemporary with the front and reeded fireplace surround with roundels and mantel shelf, on 1st floor.

Listing NGR: TL8530706952


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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: 14 Jan 2003
Reference: IOE01/08984/06
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