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Description: 62-68, Church Street
Date Listed: 31 October 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 116101
OS Grid Reference: TL8522922782
OS Grid Coordinates: 585229, 222782
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8728, 0.6893
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TL 8422-8522 COGGESHALL CHURCH STREET
9/69 Nos. 62 to 68 (even)
31.10.66 (formerly listed as
Nos. 58, 60 and 64)
House, now 3 houses and office. C16 or earlier, altered in C18 and C19. Timber
framed, plastered, roofed with handmade red plain tiles and slate. Complex
plan, forming a hollow parallelogram with a foot passage through the middle;
nos. 64 and 66 are to the right of the passage, nos. 62 and 68 to the left of
the passage. 2 storeys. Elevation to Church Street, 2-window range of early
C19 sashes of 16 lights with crown glass. Central entrance to passage, with
early C19 simple doorcase with moulded pediment on profiled brackets, one stone
step, cast iron bootscraper; no door. Moulded eaves cornice. Underbuilt jetty
at front. In central passage, 4-centred doorhead (with C19 alterations) and
plain joists of horizontal section. On left of passage, one C19 horizontal sash
of 6+6 lights. At rear, 4 early C19 sashes of 16 lights. The rear range has
been raised approximately 0.6 metre and the roof rebuilt, with slates. Nearly
all the timber structure is concealed by plaster finishes, beams boxed, but at
each side of no. 62 (at front left), transverse beams with double ogee mouldings
are partly exposed. Jowled posts. No. 62 has an unusual early C19 stair, with
turned newels, stick balusters, and moulded handrail attached to wall. Part of
Listing NGR: TL8522922782
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Source: English Heritage
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