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Description: 37 and 38, Churchgate
Date Listed: 15 March 1965
English Heritage Building ID: 189402
OS Grid Reference: SK5383619883
OS Grid Coordinates: 453836, 319883
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7739, -1.2034
SK 5319 NE CHURCHGATE
10/31 (south side).
15.3.65 No 37 & No 38
House, now shop; C16 and later; timber-frame, front stuccoed, end walls rebuilt in
brick, coped gable ended Swishland slate roof. One brick ridge stack. Two-storey,
5 window range. 1st floor has three 9-pane sash windows alternating with 2 blind
recesses. Ground floor has one 9-pane sash window with shutters on right-hand side,
otherwise a jumble of C20 "Georgian" shop fronts, all beneath pent roof. One-storey
C19 extension to left-hand side has 3 segment-headed shop windows with keystones and
canted angle with round-headed doorway. Interior reveals some exposed timber-
framing, a simply chamfered rectangular stone fireplace and a room with C17 and C18
panelling, all on the first floor.
Listing NGR: SK5383019879
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Source: English Heritage
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