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Description: National Westminster Bank and Brenchley House
Date Listed: 30 June 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 197886
OS Grid Reference: TF4314222841
OS Grid Coordinates: 543142, 322841
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7842, 0.1210
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LONG SUTTON MARKET PLACE
30.6.66 minster Bank and
(formerly listed as
No.39, No.41 and
No.43 West Street)
Flat, bank and house. Mid C18, remodelled early C19. Stucco
and red brick. Slate roof. Single red brick ridge stack.
Gables coped with blue brick. Moulded eaves. Chamfered plinth
with chamfered rustication to the ground floor. The top 2
storeys with bays defined by fluted giant order pilasters. First
floor band. Two and a half storeys, 8 bays, each property being
4 bays, the right 4 bays being set at a slight oblique angle and
with basement. Basement opening to left of far right doorway.
Doorway with C20 door and overlight. Either side are single
tripartite sashes each sash divided by a band of rustication and
topped with a single keystone, some now obliterated by C20 sign.
Further left is a single similar doorway and door with keystone.
To the right are 2 glazing bar sashes, further right is a doorway
with panelled door and overlight and on the far right a single
similar sash. All openings with keystones. Above are 4 glazing
bar sashes with 4 smaller glazing bar sashes to the right. On
the top floor are 4 smaller glazing bar sashes, to the right is a
single blind window opening, a single smaller glazing bar sash, a
single similar blind opening and on the far right a single
similar small sash. All first and second floor sashes with
Listing NGR: TF4314222841
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Source: English Heritage
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