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Description: 37-41, High Street
Date Listed: 30 July 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 203123
OS Grid Reference: TQ1780268900
OS Grid Coordinates: 517802, 168900
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4069, -0.3077
TQ 1768 NE KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES HIGH STREET
Nos 37 to 41 (odd)
C16. Orignally two timber-framed houses of which the left-hand house now includes
No 37 and 1 bay of No 39, and the right-hand house includes No 41 and two bays of No
39. No 37/39 is of two storeys with the upper floor jettied on the street side and
at the north end. On the ground floor is a modern shop, with a carriageway to the
right. On the first floor are three sash windows, with glazing bars. The upper
floor and the north gable end are stuccoed. Roof tiled, of tie-beam, queen-strut
and collar construction. At the back of No 37, facing East Lane, is a two-storeyed,
timber-framed extension with a jettied upper floor and pantiled roof. No 39/41 is
also of two storeys, upper floor jettied on the street front. Modern shops to
ground floor. 4 windows to each floor. No 39 is stuccoed. No 41 weather-boarded.
The roof is tiled, hipped at each end with gablets. No 41 extends back three bays
from the street, with a fourth, modern bay at the east end. The main storeys of
this house have been much altered but the roof remains intact, with king and queen
strut construction. There may originally have been a smoke bay. No 41, probably
originally the service wing is separately roofed. The roof is of tie-beam, crown-
post, collar-plate and collar construction.
Listing NGR: TQ1780168905
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Source: English Heritage
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