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Description: 44 and 46, Westgate
Date Listed: 2 November 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 195068
OS Grid Reference: TF3244987257
OS Grid Coordinates: 532449, 387257
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3656, -0.0109
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Nos 44 & 46
TF 3287 2/5 2.11.54.
Early C19 pair of 2-storey brick houses with shallow pitched slate roof. Both
have 2 3-light hung sash windows with glazing bars to both floors and a single
light above the central entrance. Wide wooden cases almost flush with the face,
all have plaster lintel and keystone, light cills. Extra blocked window in the
centre of the pair above a semi-circular-headed gateway with keystone and imposts.
Insurance plaque. Doorcases consist
of 2 pilasters-supporting shallow triangular pediment broken over semi-circular
head of doorway which is approached by 3 stone steps. Panelled door of 6 panels
with semi-circular radiating fanlight.
Nos 44 to 66 (even) form a group with Nos 82 and 84.
Listing NGR: TF3244987257
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Source: English Heritage
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