Description: 10, Littlegate Street
Date Listed: 12 January 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 245613
OS Grid Reference: SP5120605830
OS Grid Coordinates: 451206, 205830
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7488, -1.2597
SP 5105 NW 12/560 12.1.54.
House. Dated 1647 above door. 2-storeyed rubble with modern machine-made
tiled roof. 3-light casement windows (some altered) with remains of stone
drip moulds in places. On the east front is a 3-storeyed projecting porch
with an outer 4-centre-headed stone doorway with a defaced panel above it.
Above the doorway within the porch is the date 1647 and it has moulded wood
jambs and a 4-centre-headed arch in a square head with shields in the spandrels.
On the west side are 2 projecting cement-faced stacks with brick shafts.
An 1821 drawing by Buckler shows that in the West side was a pointed medieval
arched doorway, this, one of the original gateways to the Blackfriars with
its postern, was re-discovered during the recent restoration. 1967-8.
Listing NGR: SP5120605830
Source: English Heritage
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