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Description: 45 and 47, Earl Street
Date Listed: 30 July 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 173294
OS Grid Reference: TQ7585455819
OS Grid Coordinates: 575854, 155819
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2744, 0.5198
Nos 45 & 47
TQ 7555 NE 1/99 30.7.51.
A large probably C17 timber-framed house restored in 1892 and subdivided.
No 45 is of 3 storeys and basement timber-framed with stone plinth. Tiled
roof and 2 overhanging gables, with a 3 mullioned window to each. The lower
floors have 2 projecting bays with mullioned windows. Left side lean to 2
storey extension with 1 mullioned window and plain batten door. Central Tudor
arched doorcase with the date 1892 in the spandrels.
No 47 is also 3 storeys and basement£timber-framed with a stone plinth, tiled
roof. Gable front. 1 restored 3 mullioned window on the 2nd floor, mullioned
and transomed windows to the lower floors and a left side restored doorcase.
Listing NGR: TQ7586055818
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Source: English Heritage
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