Description: Barn Adjoining Number 4
Date Listed: 18 June 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 231698
OS Grid Reference: TL0431087990
OS Grid Coordinates: 504310, 287990
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4799, -0.4655
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1. (South Side)
Barn adjoining No 4.
TL 0488 1/93 18.6.55.
Consists of 2 distinct houses adjoining. The first, early C18, low 2 storey, coursed
rubble, fairly steep stone slate roof, flat verge on west gable, good stone chimney
stack on top. 1 hipped dormer towards the west end. Central doorway, small flat
hood on 2 consoles, shallow reveals, door with incised panels, rectangular fanlight
of 4 tones. Right of entrance 1 window only, tall sash, This room appears to
rise full height to the eaves. Over theentrance is a small sash window in a wooden
case, wooden lintel. Left of centre, 3 blind windows to ground floor and 1st floor
has 1 window similar to that over the doorway slightly larger, left of this is
a blind window, right of it another with only a small opening at the top.
The second house is a very high building of 2 storeys with a parapet screening
the roof. A large front with few openings. Central entrance, moulded architrave,
panelled frieze above, small flat hood on 2 consoles, fielded panels on reveals,
soffit and door. 5 windows, 3 blocked on 1 st floor, 2 and at least 1 blocked
on ground floor. Flat arched heads, glazing bars. Heavy creeper cover. Small
walled garden in front.
A barn of 2 storeys with pantile roof adjoins the west end. 1 opening and a carriage
doorway. House fenestration partly obscured by creeper.
Nos 2 to 6 (even) together with the barn adjoining No 4 form a group with No 21
St Osyths Lane.
Listing NGR: TL0431087990
Source: English Heritage
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