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Description: Premises Owned by Mr Tummore and G.j. Cracknell and Son
Date Listed: 7 December 1959
English Heritage Building ID: 225556
OS Grid Reference: TM1969192636
OS Grid Coordinates: 619691, 292636
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4874, 1.2343
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5321 LONG STRATTON THE STREET
Premises owned by
Mr Turmore and
G.J. Cracknell and Son
(formerly listed as
premises 120 yds south
of Swan Inn, on east
side of road)
TM 1992 27/49 7.12.59
C17, originally one house. Tummores: stuccoed timber framing, steeply pitched
gable-ended roof with black glazed pantiles. The south gabled end is brick
faced with brick coping with moulded brick kneelers and string course, two
circular attic windows and blocked windows, the gable is surmounted by large
brick chimney with two octagonal moulded stacks. The front to street two-storeys,
two windows, ground floor early C19 bowed shop windows with glazing bars
and plain frieze and cornice, glazed and panelled door between with simple
ledge hood; sash with glazing bars to right ground floor. First floor two
two-light casements with glazing bars. Stuccoed at rear with short gabled
wing, sashes with glazing bars, and small one storey and attic stuccoed wing.
Cracknells: at right angles (to left) with gable end facing front, set back,
two-storeys and attic, roughcast timber-frame, with steep pantile roof, ground
floor large Victorian shop front with fascia, sashes and panelled door.
First floor sash with glazing bars, small attic casement. Left hand return
four windows, small casements, and two doorways, the gable end at rear brick
with coping, string course, two small circular attic lights, rebuilt chimney
stack at apex, the south side of this wing has early wood mullion window
projecting but now plastered over. Interior: moulded beams. Graded for
Listing NGR: TM1969192636
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Source: English Heritage
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