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Maldon (District Authority)
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TL8407SE HIGH STREET 574-1/6/68 (South side) 24/09/71 Nos.26 AND 28 White Horse Inn (No.26)


Public house, shop and flats. Late C16 and early C19. Painted brick front range and timber-framed and rendered rear blocks; front range has hipped Welsh slate roof with large Gault-brick stack on party wall between Nos 26 & 28, and rear range with gabled plain tile roofs. EXTERIOR: 3 storeys with cellar; 3-window range. Plain parapet; 2nd floor has 3 unequally spaced sash windows, recessed and with gauged brick flat arches. That to No.28 has one central vertical glazing bar and windows of No.26 have small panes and margin glazing. 1st floor has canted flat-roofed canted oriels with sash windows. That to No.28 has central vertical glazing bar and windows of No.26 are 16-paned and corners of bays have reeded pilasters. Ground floor of No.26 has continuous fascia with flat cornice hood carried on 3 Grecian panelled pilasters. Canted bay window with 16-pane sash and panelled below as cellar access. Carriageway through to rear yard with pair of boarded doors. Ground floor of No.28 has C19 shop window with fascia and consoles, with early C20 hardwood shop front of plate glass with cant-sided recess to door. Rear elevation of the White Horse is rendered with dogtooth eaves course, also over 2-storey contemporary rear range. Above the carriageway, sash windows on each floor with 12 square panes each. The 2-storey rear block has a 12-paned sash window on each floor and mixture of C19 and C20 small windows. To the rear of this is a long rendered timber-framed range with plain tile roof with one bay of narrower span roof at S end. The eaves have a considerable overhang and this is supported on 2 straight raking braces and a later hanging knee. A C20 slate-roofed single-storey lean-to conceals part of this flank. One C19 casement window with central horizontal glazing bar on 1st floor and C20 doors and windows on ground floor. This timber-frame range is truncated at north end and now consists of 2 full bays and a smaller bay at south end. INTERIOR: rear timber-framed range has central open truss with arch braces to the tie beam and north wall forming a partition. Spine beams and bridging joists of floor are chamfered with lambs-tongue stops. The eaves overhang is a curious feature which may relate to

the Wealden house type or may have sheltered a gallery.

Listing NGR: TL8490907011


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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: 30 Apr 2003
Reference: IOE01/10536/14
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