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Description: The Post Office
Date Listed: 27 January 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 147617
OS Grid Reference: SP0824747474
OS Grid Coordinates: 408247, 247474
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1255, -1.8809
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SP 04 NE NORTH & MIDDLE LITTLETON NORTH LITTLETON
2/8 (West Side)
The Post Office
House C17 refaced in early C18. Main range early C18 red brick faced, with ashlar
dressings, L-plan with plain tile roofs hipped at angle and one ridge stack. At North
end blue lias stone range, gable ended to street probably cross-wing of recased C17
house. Brick stack on North roof slope. Main range: basement, 2-storey and attic.
Two dormers to South, one to West front. Moulded wooden eaves, raised ashlar quoins
and moulded band. Rubble stone plinth. Two window range to West front, wooden cross
windows with iron casements. Gauged brick window heads with flush stone keystones.
Ground floor window altered to C19 splayed bay with tiled roof extended over door.
South front, 2 window range of cross windows. Flush quoins at West end only, no
keystones. Rear, blue lias stone with cross windows. North end, iron casement pairs
to ground and 1st floor of West gable and one window range to North side.
Listing NGR: SP0824747474
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Source: English Heritage
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