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Description: Numbers 820 and 822 (front Range Only) 820 and 822
Date Listed: 6 September 1974
Date Delisted: 11 December 1996
English Heritage Building ID: 202986
OS Grid Reference: TQ0998481501
OS Grid Coordinates: 509984, 181501
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5217, -0.4161
The following building was deleted from the list on 11 December 1996:
Nos 820 & 822
(front range only)
TQ 0981 27/422
TQ 18 SW 45/422
No 820 is a long building of early C18 formerly a stable and brewhouse, now
in use as factory and warehouse. No 822 adjoining is a small early C19 house
the old part of 2 storeys, 9 narrow bays in west part, 5 wider bays in east
part, somewhat altered. High pitched hipped roof of old tile. Pinkish stock
brick walls, some brickwork renewed in east part. Ground floor opening
under cambered arches. left 1st floor windows old casements with bars; ground
floor windows mostly C19 casements. In hide some stout queen post roof trusses
with pegged joints. No 822, 2 storeys, 2 windows. Stock brick with hipped,
slate roof, shallow eaves soffit. Gauged flat brick arches to sash windows
with glazing bars and to 4-panel door under rectangular fanlight with bars.
Some early C19 enrichment to east end of older building.
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Source: English Heritage
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