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Description: 103, 104 and 105
Date Listed: 26 January 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 157639
OS Grid Reference: TL0168900914
OS Grid Coordinates: 501689, 200914
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6978, -0.5300
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TL 0100 (North side)
11/112 Nos. 103, 104 and 105
26.1.67 (formerly listed as No 103,
No 104, No 105)
House, now 3 houses. C17 or earlier. Timber frame with red brick
infilling. No.103 on W refronted with red brick after demolition of long
front wing shown extending to road on Tithe Map of 1838. Steep old red
tile roof hipped at W end. A long 2 storeys building facing S set back
some way from road. No.103 at W end has 2 windows to each floor and
battened door on LH. 2- and 3-light casement windows with lattice leaded
glazing and iron opening light. Segmental arches to ground floor. No.104
in middle has a brick ground floor with full height bay-posts and a
4-light flush casement window to each floor with plank door on LH. Lobby
entry next a large internal chimney. Wide-spaced story-height studs.
No.105 has a 2-storeys rear wing, an internal chimney rising through
front roofslope, one window to each floor, and E gable has exposed frame
of clasped purlin roof with large plastered panels. Brick casing below
Listing NGR: TL0168600913
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Source: English Heritage
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