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Range to Rear of Numbers 17 and 18 Wrawby Street, Brigg

Description: Range to Rear of Numbers 17 and 18 Wrawby Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 January 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 165511

OS Grid Reference: TA0014907278
OS Grid Coordinates: 500149, 407278
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5526, -0.4898

Location: 53 Wrawby Street, Brigg, North Lincolnshire DN20 8JD

Locality: Brigg
County: North Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN20 8JD

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Listing Text

5264 (East side)
TA 00 07 Range to rear of
2/120 Nos 17 and 18 Wrawby Street
Row of six cottages, now 5 houses. Early to mid C18, 2 left hand cottages refronted
in mid C19, with some later alterations. Red brick, colourwashed to ground floor,
with steeply pitched pantile roofs except 2 left hand cottages with shallower
pitched slate roofs. All 2 storeys, each cottage single bay. Two cottages to right,
now one house, have 6 fielded panel door to left and C20 half glazed door to right
with pair of 3-light side sliding sashes between. All openings beneath segmental
arches. Above 2 similar flat headed 3-light windows, that to left blocked.
Stepped and cogged eaves band and tumbled in brick to raised left hand gable. Pair
of axial stacks with narrower C19 tops. Central pair of cottages are slightly
recessed. Cottage to right has 6 fielded panelled door in architrave below timber
lintel flanked to left by 2-light window (glazing missing) and to right by small
6 pane window. Above 12 pane 2-light side sliding sash (glazing mostly missing).
Cottage to left has similar elevation except door is Cl9 and 4 panelled and ground
floor window has 12 pane side sliding sash. Stepped and cogged brick eaves.
Truncated central axial stack. Two cottages to left have mirrored elevations, that
to right with panelled door below chamfered flat arch to right and 16 pane 2-light
side sliding sash in chamfered surround with Tudor dripmould to left. Similar
window above. Stone coped gables on moulded stone kneelers, bracketed eaves and
truncated end stack to right. All houses empty and in disrepair at time of re-

Listing NGR: TA0014907278

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Source: English Heritage

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