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Description: Tudor Restaurant
Date Listed: 23 September 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 233810
OS Grid Reference: SP8926967694
OS Grid Coordinates: 489269, 267694
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3001, -0.6923
WELLINGBOROUGH SHEEP STREET
SP8967NW (West side)
11/149 No.29 and 30 (Tudor
(Formerly listed as No.29 and
Two houses, now restaurant. Reputedly of medieval origin but mainly late C16,
restored early C20. Squared coursed ironstone and timber frame with thatch roof.
L-shape plan with central carriage arch. 2 storeys. Main front of 3-window
range. No.29 has part-glazed door with flight of steps and canted bay window
with stone base, to left. No.30 has a ribbed door with 2-light wooden casement
to left. 0versailing first floor is timber framed, now plastered. Central
first-floor window has arch headed centre light and is flanked by 2-light
casements; all with leaded lights. Central gable flanked by 2 smaller gables.
Rear wing is similar, all of stone. Interior: No.29 has a small open fireplace
with a bressumer and chamfered ceiling beams. Some original roof timbers may
(History of Wellingborough: J. and M. Palmer; Buildings of England:
Listing NGR: SP8926967694
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