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Description: 11 and 12, Sparrow Hill
Date Listed: 15 March 1965
English Heritage Building ID: 189454
OS Grid Reference: SK5386619894
OS Grid Coordinates: 453866, 319894
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7740, -1.2030
SK 5319 NE SPARROW HILL
10/83 (east side)
15.3.65 No 11 & No 12
House, now 2 shops. Probably C16 in origin. Timber-framed (post and panel framing
is visible through the partly demolished building to the right) but with stuccoed
front elevation of early C19 character. Two-storeys, 3 window range, 1-1-1 with
central gabled projection. Angle quoins, bargeboards to gable. 1st floor central
sash window, flanked by C20 three-light windows. C20 shop fronts to ground floor.
Swishland slate roof. Massive stone chimney stack heightened in brick. Interior
first floor medieval stone fireplace, with angle columns carved out of the inner
faces of the jambs and with a plain flat head. Rear timber-framed wing partly
rebuilt in brick and later brick extension parallel to main block.
Listing NGR: SK5386919891
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Source: English Heritage
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