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107 and 109, High Street, Rochester

Description: 107 and 109, High Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 24 October 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 173066

OS Grid Reference: TQ7440668448
OS Grid Coordinates: 574406, 168448
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3883, 0.5052

Location: High Street, Strood, Medway ME1 1JS

Locality: Rochester
County: Medway
Country: England
Postcode: ME1 1JS

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Listing Text

TQ 7468 SW
9/136 Nos 107 and 109
Former house (No 107) with annexe (No 109), now offices. Late
C18 and c.1800 respectively. Red brick with some stucco
dressings; Welsh slate hipped roofs. Large stack to valley. No
107: double-depth plan; 3 storeys, regular 4 window range;
rebuilt parapet with stone coping and moulded brick cornice;
upper floors with 12-pane horned sashes under flat rubbed brick
arches; 1st floor sill band. Ground floor with rusticated
stucco, 3 late-C20 horned sash windows and (to the right) a
doorway with panelled pilasters and reveals, cornice with
running-dog frieze; panelled door under rectangular overlight
with decorative glazing bars. No 105, attached but set back from
street, 2 storeys and basement (with area); 2 bays, the windows
recessed and set under superordinate arches, the pilasters with
panelled capitals; recessed end pieces. The moulded cornice over
window bays only is returned at ends. Horned sashes in reveals
(6 and 12 panes to 2nd and 1st floors) under flat rubbed brick
arches. Spear railings between pavement and area. Rear:
weatherboarded with irregularly disposed sash sindows. Interior
not inspected but understood to contain no contemporary fittings.

Listing NGR: TQ7440668450

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Source: English Heritage

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