Description: 10 and 10a, Middle Row
Date Listed: 11 April 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 251669
OS Grid Reference: SP3136927209
OS Grid Coordinates: 431369, 227209
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9425, -1.5451
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CHIPPING NORTON MIDDLE ROW
Nos 10 and 10A
House. C17 refronted c1730. Ashlar to the E, roadside front
and rubblestone to rear and side walls with a steeply pitched stone tiled roof.
One N end stone stack and one centre stone stack with brick cap. One build but
with prominent dividing joint down the ashlar skin. Two storeys and attic.
Two-window range to each house. No 10 has a segmental headed 2-pane sashed
dormer, a moulded string course above the upper windows which have keystones and
large pane C19 sashes and a remodelled ground floor with glazed door and canted
shop window. No 10A has a 2-pane casement to the dormer and similar fenestration
but the keystones are missing from the first floor windows. Evidence of the C17
house to the rear revealed by a close studded jettied section of timber framing
and a 3-light 15-leaded pane casement.
Listing NGR: SP3136927209
Source: English Heritage
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