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Description: Nos 14 and 15 Railings to No 14
Date Listed: 20 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 102029
OS Grid Reference: ST8626122853
OS Grid Coordinates: 386261, 122853
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0049, -2.1972
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1615 GOLD HILL
ST 8622 2/37 20.6.52. Nos 14 & 15
Railings to No 14
C17 probably. 2 bays in No 14, 1 bay and door in No 15. Stone rubble
front, No 14 colourwashed. Owing to fall in ground, part of No 14 is
3-storey. No 14 has terraced entrance with railing. Thatched roof, the
eaves line swept up over No 14 to form half-dormer (window now blocked).
Various casement windows, snare very small, some with lead glazing. Verged
at lower gable-end recently built up with red brick. Nos 14 and 15 together
once formed an Inn. In No 14, some chamfered beams in upper floor rooms;
large fireplace with slightly 4-centred head in ground floor room; embrasure
in staircase wall between ground floor and cellar.
Nos 7 to 17 (consec) form a group with Park Wall and stone setts and gutter.
Listing NGR: ST8626222856
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Source: English Heritage
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