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Description: Cumpers Diy Stores
Date Listed: 26 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 197888
OS Grid Reference: TF4317523033
OS Grid Coordinates: 543175, 323033
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7859, 0.1216
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LONG SUTTON MARKET STREET
(north east side)
Cumper's DIY Stores
Shop. Early C19 with later C19 shop front and some C20
alterations. Red brick. Hipped slate roof. Single ridge stack.
3 storeys, 2 bay front to Market Street, 2 bay front to Park
Lane, with curved single corner bay with doorway with part glazed
and panelled door and moulded door case. To the left in Market
Street is a large late C19 glazing bar shop window and to the
right in Park Lane a similar smaller window. Windows flanked by
single pilasters with dosserets, pilasters being enclosed to
Market Street. Entablature extending over both windows and door.
To the left in Market Street is a single C20 fixed light and on
the far left a single segmental arched fixed glazing bar light in
former doorway. To the right of the shop window in Park Lane is
a single glazing bar sash. Above, over the doorway, is a giant
order recessed blind panel. To the left are 2 C20 glazing bar
casements and to the right a single plain sash. On the top floor
are 2 smaller glazing bar sashes to the left and to the right a
single similar sash. Panel, ground floor window to Park Lane and
first and second floor windows all with flush wedge lintels.
Attached to the right in park Lane is a 2 storey single bay lean-
to with doorway with panelled and part glazed door, reveal,
pilastered doorcase and entablature. Above is a single semi-
circular arched glazing bar fixed light. Included for group
Listing NGR: TF4317523033
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Source: English Heritage
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