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Description: Clarendon Cottage
Date Listed: 19 March 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 200642
OS Grid Reference: TQ3247296791
OS Grid Coordinates: 532472, 196791
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6543, -0.0864
In the entry for:
4411 GENTLEMAN'S ROW
TQ 3296 7/163 19.3.51 No 17 (Clarendon
the description shall be amended to read as follows:
C16 timber-framed hall house of two bays at core, with C17 extension at north end. Now
two storeys and four-window range. Early C18 extension at rear, two storeys, with panelled
rooms. Central and north bay re-fronted in brick probably during the late C17, with
stuccoed parapet front. Red pantiled roof has large central stack with diagonal shafts. C18
sash windows, those on ground floor with external shutters. Door of six fielded panels, top
glazed, in raised stucco surround with Gothic raised border and breakfront cornice. Two-
storey extension to left with similar door in plain doorcase. Wood plaque at first floor:
"Charles and Mary Lamb lived here in 1825 and 1827".
4411 GENTLEMAN'S ROW
TQ 3296 7/163 19.3.51. (Clarendon Cottage)
C17 cottage of 2 storeys, 4 windows. Red pantiled roof has large central chimney
with diagonal shafts. Parapet front, now stuccoed. C18 sash windows with glazing
bars, those on ground floor with external shutters. Door of 6 fielded panels,
top glazed, in raised stucco surround with gothic raised border and breakfront
cornice. 2-storey left extension with similar door in plain doorcase. Wood plaque
at lst floor: "Charles and Mary Lamb lived here in 1825 and 1827".
Nos 1 to 33 (odd), with all mentioned walls and railings and The Coach House form
Listing NGR: TQ3247296791
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Source: English Heritage
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