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Description: Washbourne's Place
Date Listed: 25 August 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 129930
OS Grid Reference: SP1652122538
OS Grid Coordinates: 416521, 222538
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9011, -1.7613
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10/46 Washbourne's Place
(previously listed as
25.8.60 The Yard )
Early Cl7, altered and modernized, with an extension date 1893. Coursed rubble
with Cotswold stone roofs. L-shaped with the main range facing east and the
lesser one, with slightly lower roofline, north. Once three cottages. The main
block is two storeys and attic, Three main windows with several small late
openings, three and four light stone mullion casements with dripmoulds. Plain
doorway. Three gabled half dormers with two light stone mullion casements.
Ashlar ridge stack, stone verges. The north gable has a window on each floor
and a large buttress with offsets. The wing has one window and two gabled
dormers to street.
Listing NGR: SP1652122538
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Source: English Heritage
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