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Date Listed: 16 July 1949
English Heritage Building ID: 191811
OS Grid Reference: TF0686845924
OS Grid Coordinates: 506868, 345924
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0000, -0.4090
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5312 MARKET PLACE
TF 0645 1/25 16.7.49.
Cl5. Timber-framed building of 2 storeys with large central gable. Upper storey
with half-timbering oversails and has a central bay window of 4 lights with
wood mullions and modern glazing. Old tile roof. Ground floor rendered. Bargeboard
and wood frieze of same design on right-hand side of building, the left-hand
has a small brick parapet. 2 Cl8 windows and 1 early casement. Moulded stone
gateway at left-hand side with rebuilt segmental arch and small brick coping,
surmounted by a cross and piece of mediaeval masonry. Right--hand wing of building
is 1861 addition by Charles Kirk and contains door, 2 storeys in red brick,
wood bargeboards. Wing to rear is coursed rubble to side with rendered bay window
of 2 storeys with Gothick glazing. Interior has chimneypiece dated 1568.
The Vicarage,Parish Church of St Denys, Lock-up, War Memorial and Nos 7-12
(consec) all form a group
Listing NGR: TF0686245931
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