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Description: 11a, 13 and 15, Mill Street
Date Listed: 17 July 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 186550
OS Grid Reference: SK8617008668
OS Grid Coordinates: 486170, 308668
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6689, -0.7272
Nos 11A, 13 and 15
SK 8608 1/161
Originally early C18 or before, but most features early C20.
2 storeys in stone. Steep welsh slate roof with red ridge tile
and brick stacks. Break eaves cornice. 3 4-light early C20 casement
windows weak eaves under rough-rendered gables with half-timbered
ornament. 3 other casement windows alternate with these gabled
windows, 1 being of 2-lights and 2 of 3-lights, wood lintels. Ground
floor has 5 irregular windows, including early C19 shop windows with
reeded pilasters. Wood lintels to 2 windows and 2 doors. 1 modern
shop window and 1 canted rectangular bay with glazing bars in old
Listed solely as part of a group in an important street.
Nos llA to 21 (odd) form a group.]
Listing NGR: SK8617008668
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Source: English Heritage
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