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Description: 121-139, Church Street
Date Listed: 18 August 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 113824
OS Grid Reference: TL7613126033
OS Grid Coordinates: 576131, 226033
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9050, 0.5589
TL 72 NE CHURCH STREET, BOCKING
10/301 Nos. 121-139 (odd)
Five pairs of houses, 1872. Red brick with grey gault brick dressings. Red plain tile roofs, with crested ridge tiles. 2 storeys with 2 gables to each pair. Cusped and pierced bargeboards with ball pendants and wrought iron finials. 4 window range to each pair, of 2- and 3 -light iron casements with mullions and decorative glazing bars. Stone plaque to each gable, with sunk quatrefoil inscribed 'AD 1872'. Built for Samuel Courtauld as high quality housing in conjunction with his Bocking Weaving Mills. As such they form part of the C19 Courtauld development in north-central Essex, centred on Bocking and Halstead. (See D. of E. list for Parishes of Gosfield and Halstead Urban.)
Listing NGR: TL7613126033
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Source: English Heritage
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