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A and J Sargent House Furnishers and Attached Rear Wing, Kirton in Lindsey

Description: A and J Sargent House Furnishers and Attached Rear Wing

Grade: II
Date Listed: 7 March 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 165717

OS Grid Reference: SK9374698642
OS Grid Coordinates: 493746, 398642
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4762, -0.5890

Location: 18 High Street, Kirton In Lindsey, North Lincolnshire DN21 4LX

Locality: Kirton in Lindsey
County: North Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN21 4LX

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Listing Text

(south side)

8/16 No 28. Summers Grocers,
- house and Stables to rear


House, now shop, with adjoining range to rear. Shop: mid C19 with earlier
origins, late C18-early C19 wing and later C19 stair turret to rear. C18
house and stables along yard to rear. Shop: coursed limestone rubble with
brick dressings, stuccoed to front. Pantile roof, brick stacks. 2 storeys,
3 first floor windows. Plinth, quoins. Shop front to left, with 3 engaged
tapered columns flanking part-glazed door with plain overlight to right, and
plain shop window to left. Fascia, cornice and hood. Plain glazed window
to right. First floor band, 12-pane sashes. All windows have channelled
and keyed stucco lintels and cills. Brick coped and tumbled gables, end
stacks. Interior: moulded plaster cornices to front rooms and stairhall;
panelled doors and window shutters in beaded architraves with moulded
cornices to first floor front room, and wide open-well staircase with plain
balusters and wreathed handrail. Adjoining house to rear: front of red and
blue brick in contrasting Flemish bond, sides and rear of coursed rubble.
Pantile roof, brick stack. 2 storeys, 3 first floor windows. Part-glazed
panelled door on left in plain surround with hood, has bow-window to right
with glazing bars and bead-moulded cill. Plank door to right with 3-light
sliding sash with glazing bars to right. Plank door at right end with
casement with glazing bars to right. All 3 sets of door and windows under
flattened segmental arches. 2-course first floor band. C20 casements in
original first floor openings with flattened segmental arches; blocked
opening to left. Cogged brick eaves cornice. Central stack. Brick coped
and tumbled gable to right. Interior contains beamed ceilings and pegged
butt-purlin roof; fine late C18 cast-iron 'duck's nest' grate in later first
floor fireplace. Adjoining stable set back to right: coursed rubble ground
floor with brick dressings and brick first floor. 2-cell plan. 2 storeys.
Round-arched central entrance with part-glazed and boarded opening to right
and door to right end with small adjoining casement, both under segmental
brick arches. Rounded ground floor angles stepped-out to projecting brick
first floor corners. First floor has sliding sash with vertical glazing
bars above entrance and pair of plank doors to right. Interior contains
stables with store-room above. All except shop empty and disused at time of

Listing NGR: SK9374698638

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Source: English Heritage

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