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Description: 11-15, the Abbey
Date Listed: 4 December 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 139434
OS Grid Reference: SU3508421206
OS Grid Coordinates: 435084, 121206
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9892, -1.5015
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1. (North Side)
Nos 11 to 15 (odd)
SU 3521 4/40
Early C19. 2-storeys and attic. L-shaped and on different levels with
projecting north-south wing of 3 storeys at east end. Stucco. Slate roof.
3 dormer casements; one sash window on 2nd floor in projecting bay. Sash
windows. On 1st floor, No 11 has 4 panes wide sash window in projecting
bay and one 3 panes wide window in main wing of house. No 13 has on 1st
floor 3 pane wide windows at a height similar to those in No 11. No 15
has on 1st floor 2 windows, a 4 and a 3 pane window, at a much lower level
than those in Nos 11 and 13. On ground floor No 11 has a door; one window
in projecting wing. No 13 has a door and 2 windows and No 15 has one modern
window and one door. Door to No 11 is situated on corner between east-west
wing and north-south wing and has a projecting porch. Porch and door with
similar reeded frame ornamented with roundels in corners; moulded cornice
over; glazed door in panelled reveals. No 13 has much taller doorway altered
in C19. 4 flush panel door with top 2 panes cut away and glazed. Rectangular
fanlight. Panelled pilasters with moulded architrave; plain frieze and
moulded rectangular pediment. No 15 has door with 6 moulded panels with
upper 4 cut away and glazed; doorway with architrave frame. No 13 has
traces of mediaeval building in cellar.
Nos 11 to 27 (odd) form a group.
Listing NGR: SU3509221202
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Source: English Heritage
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