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Description: Wall Forming the Boundary of Church Street, from the Vehicle Entrance of the Gardens Bungalow, Exten
Date Listed: 25 June 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 116456
OS Grid Reference: TL8583018477
OS Grid Coordinates: 585830, 218477
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8340, 0.6957
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KELVEDON CHURCH STREET
TL 8418-8518 (north-east side)
9/143 Wall forming the
25.6.74 boundary of Church
Street, from the
vehicle entrance of The
extending 49 metres to
the north-west to the
splayed entrance of
(formerly listed as
Garden Wall between
Ayletts and Red House)
Wall. C19. Red brick in Flemish bond, patterned with gault brick. Height on
Church Street side decreases from 2.44 metres at the SE end to 2.11 metres at
the NW end. Red chamfered plinth, 3 courses of gaults above. 2 courses of
gaults below V-shaped coping bricks of gault. Divided into panels 3.66 metres
wide by rusticated vertical patterns of gaults, with alternate diamonds and
diapers of gault headers in the panels. The north-east side of the wall is of
plain red Flemish bond, without piers or buttresses. The wall divides the
street from the gardens of nos. 1 and Harvesters, Millers Garden, and The
Gardens Bungalow. 'Built by R.R. Willis in 1854 when he bought the ground
behind as a garden for his school opposite' (B.L. Kentish, Kelvedon and its
Antiquities, 1974, 69). Splay altered by G. Crowe and Son Ltd in 1983.
Listing NGR: TL8583018477
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Source: English Heritage
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