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Description: Little Crouch
Date Listed: 5 November 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 170309
OS Grid Reference: TQ8029028263
OS Grid Coordinates: 580290, 128263
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0255, 0.5695
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TQ82NW QUEEN STREET
05/11/90 Little Crouch
House, now sub-divided. Mainly C18 but incorporating some late
C16 beams. Ground floor of red brick in Flemish bond, 1st
floor has 1 course of curved tiles to 2 of plain. Side
elevation weatheboarded. Old tiled roof and end brick stacks
(the right hand one external). 2 storeys; 3 windows. 1 early
C19 20-pane sash, the others C20 aluminium casements. Central
doorcase with gabled weather hood on brackets. Lean to to side
with 20-pane sash. Interior of No 1 has a large open
fire-place with wooden bressumer. Wooden cross beam with
lamb's tongue stop and 2 panelled door of C18 type. Kitchen
has end of hall roll-moulded beam with run out stop. Probably
not in situ and plank doors. No 2 has C18 2-panel doors with L
hinge, chamfered C18 beams and C19 kitchen range.
Listing NGR: TQ8029028263
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Source: English Heritage
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