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38, Church Street, Billesdon

Description: 38, Church Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 24 January 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 190540

OS Grid Reference: SK7194102622
OS Grid Coordinates: 471941, 302622
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6166, -0.9388

Location: Church Street, Billesdon, Leicestershire LE7 9AE

Locality: Billesdon
Local Authority: Harborough District Council
County: Leicestershire
Country: England
Postcode: LE7 9AE

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Listing Text


SK 7002-7102 CHURCH STREET (West Side)

7/14 No. 38 -


House. C16 or early C17 with some later alterations. Finely coursed squared
rubble, heightened in brick, Welsh slate roof. L plan, two storeyed. Main
range of two units, one bay to left of door containing a 3-light stone ovolo
moulded mullioned window to ground floor. Doorway in chamfered 4-centred stone
architrave, with hood mould. To its right, one 4-light stone mullioned window
with drop ended hood mould. Single upper window, a 4-light wood mullioned casement..
Gable wing projects to right with one blocked upper window in gable, a 3-light
ovolo moulded stone mullion with hood mould. Another blocked stone mullioned
window on its outer face, and two 3-light wood mullioned casements on its inner
face, one on each floor, the lower in a stone architrave. Evidence that the
building was raised from a single storey in ironstone rubble before the later
brick heightening. Possible cruck truss within.

Listing NGR: SK7194102622

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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