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Description: Post Office
Date Listed: 9 July 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 221713
OS Grid Reference: TF6815701545
OS Grid Coordinates: 568157, 301545
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5857, 0.4807
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TF 6801 WEREHAM CHURCH ROAD
12/58 Vine House and The
Post Office (previously
listed as houses
9.7.51 occupied by A.G. Martin
and J.W. Griffin)
2 houses, one incorporating a shop. c.1760. Brick, flint and carstone with
plaintile roofs. Double pile plan. 2 storeys and dormer attic. Roughly
symmetrical facade with 2 doors separated by segmental sash window with
glazing bars. The doors are panelled and beneath open pedimented cases, the
right hand door renewed. To right a blind window bay each floor and a further
sash each floor beyond, both with glazing bars and under segmental arches.
To left of elevation is early C20 double fronted shop fascia. Flat brick
string course divides storeys. Tripartite sash window above shop, thin blind
bay, 2 sashes, blind bay and further sash, all with glazing bars and segmental
heads. 7 blind square recesses to false third floor. Gabled roof with 5
flat-headed dormers with C20 casements. Ridge stack left of centre and
internal right gable stack.
Listing NGR: TF6815701545
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Source: English Heritage
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