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Statutory Address:

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Maldon (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TL 85250 06982



TL8506NW HIGH STREET 574-1/9/99 (North East side) 24/09/71 No.105


Shop and flat. Early C19. Timber-framed with stuccoed brick front and gabled plain tile roofs. Front has roof continuous with No.107 (qv) and one large and one smaller brick stack behind ridgeline. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys, attic and cellar; 3-window range. Plain parapet and moulded timber cornice above window heads. 2 full-height segmental bows, with slightly recessed area with 16-pane sash window, with curved glass on each floor. Central small-paned sash window with margin glazing on 1st floor; above this a pair of consoles attached to cornice. Projecting blocking door surround has double-stepped cornice and projecting frame to recessed contemporary door with 2 glazed upper panels, moulded centre panels and 2 flush lower panels; panelled reveals, rectangular fanlight, stone step with 2 cast-iron boot scrapers. Below SE bow an iron cellar grille. Rear elevation has 2 unequally projecting rendered gables. That to NE has very large tripartite small-paned sash with margin glazing in red glass on ground floor. Above this and on centre line of other gable, are small-paned sash windows also with margin glazing, and an entrance door with similar early C19 detail. INTERIOR: front range has symmetrical plan with central entrance corridor leading to arch-headed opening (now blocked) on consoles. Hardwood spine beams and some original early C19 stud work exposed on ground floor. One room has marble fireplace. Open-well staircase to rear has half-elliptical plan with stick baluster and wreathed hardwood handrail and is cantilevered with continuous curved soffit. This has shaped tread ends and leads to 1st-floor landing with curved side walls and circular ceiling light with margin glazing and coloured glass (red, blue and clear) inserts. An upper-level landing with curved cupboard under, has similar detail to stairs. 1st-floor front rooms have early C19 marble fireplaces, one with C19 cast-iron basket. Large ground-floor room in projecting NE wing has moulded plaster cornice and ceiling rose and the previously noted large tripartite window has internal folding shutters. Back door has fragments of late medieval carved doorhead reused as part of arch over. Some poor quality timber-framing exposed in rear rooms.

Listing NGR: TL8525006982


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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: IOE01/08984/10
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Brian Martin. Source Historic England Archive
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