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Description: Troy House
Date Listed: 24 October 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 172961
OS Grid Reference: TQ7439068122
OS Grid Coordinates: 574390, 168122
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3854, 0.5048
9/31 Troy House
House. Circa 1790. Brick; Welsh slate hipped roofs with central
valley. Double-deptch plan; central, rear and internal lateral
stacks, the 2 former truncated. 3 storeys. Front: symmetrical,
3 bays; full-height canted side bays, the windows with hornless
sashes (6:12:6 to 2nd, 8:16:8 to 1st and ground floors) under
moulded wooden cornices. External shutters to ground floor.
Central round-headed recessed doorway with impost bank, fanlight
and panelled door. 9 and 12-pane hornless sashes to 2nd and 1st
floor, centre. Parapet with stone coing returns to left side
only. This side (to Union Street) with large, later windows, all
blocked, the sills surviving, and one small modern plate-glass
window to ground floor. Right hand single-storeyed extension
with blocked windows towards Eastrow; sash windows to main side
Listing NGR: TQ7439668121
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Source: English Heritage
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