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Description: Vesperhawk House
Date Listed: 14 February 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 181273
OS Grid Reference: TQ8838141986
OS Grid Coordinates: 588381, 141986
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1461, 0.6919
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5272 SMARDEN THE STREET
(formerly listed as
TQ 84 SE 13/27 14.2.67.
Circa 1490. T-shaped timber-framed building. The north front and the ground
floor of the west front are close-studded with plaster infilling. The south
front has been refaced, the ground floor with stucco and weatherboarding, above
with tiles. The first floor of the north and east fronts oversails on the
protruding ends of the floor joists and brackets, but the ground floor of
the south front has been underbuilt. Hipped tiled roof with sprocket eves
cornice. Five casement windows. The west front has unusual windows with 4-centred
heads and the trace of a groove for the shutter, and a 4 centred wooden doorway
with spandrels containing a double petalled rose, indicating York and Lancaster
'composed' and the dragon of Cadwallader, the emblem of Henry VII's mother's
Listing NGR: TQ8819342357
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Source: English Heritage
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