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Description: Townley Bakers and 'new to You' Antique Shop
Date Listed: 25 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 195679
OS Grid Reference: TF2581669654
OS Grid Coordinates: 525816, 369654
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2091, -0.1175
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TF 2569 HORNCASTLE BRIDGE STREET
6/22 Nos. 12 and 14
(Townley Bakers and
'New to You' Antique
2 shops with accommodation above. 1697, mid C18, early C19, mid
C19, C20. Colourwashed and rendered red brick front, red brick
return walls. Slate roof with wooden bracketed eaves, single
ridge and 2 gable stacks, coped gables no longer extant. 2
storeys and attic, 4 bay front with first and second floor bands
on return walls. No.14 to left with C18 shop front with bowed
window with flanking pilasters and small glazing bars, doorway to
left with pilastered doorcase, overlight and partially glazed
door, and continuous moulded, bracketed entablature above. No.12
to right with early C19 shop front of 5 bays with central, deep
set doorway with overlight and double partially glazed doors, and
outer semi-circular headed opening. Doorway flanked by single
rectangular bay windows each with outer pilasters and 2 lights
with semi-circular heads. Small stone re-set above inscribed
"John L 1697". 4 plain sashes above, all with mid C19 moulded
architraves. 3 flat headed dormers above with sliding sashes.
North return wall with small late C17 blind opening with semi-
circular head to right and a narrow C20 fixed window with wooden
lintel to left. 2 C17 small, blind openings above with segmental
heads and 2 more small rectangular blind openings above at garret
Listing NGR: TF2581669654
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Source: English Heritage
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