TC NEWS

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1306952
Date first listed:
06-Sep-1988
Statutory Address:
TC NEWS, 9 AND 11, CHURCH STREET

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Location

Statutory Address:
TC NEWS, 9 AND 11, CHURCH STREET

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

County:
Essex
District:
Braintree (District Authority)
Parish:
Coggeshall
National Grid Reference:
TL 85073 22648

Details

TL 8422-8522 COGGESHALL CHURCH STREET (north-west side)

9/36 Nos. 9 and 11 (T.C. News)

GV II

Two houses, now shop, flat and stores. C15/16, altered in C19 and C20. Timber framed, plastered and weatherboarded, and painted brick, roofed with handmade red plain tiles. No. 9 comprises a main range facing SE with an early C19 internal stack at rear, and a wing to rear of left end, with internal end stack and single-storey extension beyond. No. 11 comprises an early C19 main range to right facing SE, a parallel range to rear of it, and a wing to rear of the right end; C20 single-storey wing to rear of left end. Beyond the right wing an early C19 ancillary building, partly of red brick in Flemish bond, aligned ENE-SWS, almost closes the courtyard so formed, and a late C19/early C20 workshop roofed with corrugated iron to SW of it completes the closure. 2 storeys. No. 9, late C19 shopfront of 6 lights with half-glazed door, plain overlight, 5 simple pilasters and moulded fascia; first floor, 2 early C20 sashes of 4 lights; gault stack. No. 11, mid-C19 shopfront of 2 symmetrical windows of 15 lights curving back to central double half-glazed doors with marginal lights and blocked overlight; 3 simple pilasters and moulded fascia; to left, blocked door to house, and overlight with diamond tracery; first floor, 2 early C19 sashes of 12 lights and central blank aperture; gault stack. The left return of no. 9 is partly weatherboarded, and has on the first floor one early C19 horizontal sash of 9+9 lights with crown glass, and one early/mid C19 window of 25 fixed lights. Most of the timber frame is concealed by interior finishes, but between the 2 shops a heavy post is exposed, with original groundsill and a straight brace trenched to the left side of heavy studs, apparently the 'high end' partition wall of a late medieval open hall. No. 11 has in the rear wing an early C19 quarter-turn stair with turned newels, wreathed handrail, and stick balusters covered with hardboard; on the first floor of the main range a mid-C19 cast iron grate with elaborate embossed ornament.

Listing NGR: TL8506322655

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
116067
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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Date: 23 Aug 2007
Reference: IOE01/16866/26
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Roger Ashley. Source Historic England Archive
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