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Description: Diamond Hall
Date Listed: 18 July 1949
English Heritage Building ID: 254517
OS Grid Reference: SO7211392980
OS Grid Coordinates: 372113, 292980
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5340, -2.4125
ST JOHN'S STREET
No 42 (Diamond Hall)
SO 79 SW 3/182 18.7.49.
Probably mid C17. Red brick; 3 storeys; 2 sash windows in plain reveals;
brick stringcourses; moulded wood doorcase (a good shell hood has been
destroyed, leaving only the enriched modillion brackets); heavy eaves
with boarded soffit; square massive hipped old tile roof; 2 moulded wood
dormers replaced by modern box dormers; massive 3 shaft end stacks. Sometime
home of William Hardwick, Antiquary. The house appears in Bucks View
of Bridgnorth, circa 1750 and is shown with a balustrade on the roof and
a domed lantern. Interior formerly contained good panelling and fireplaces.
Unoccupied and dilapidated.
Listing NGR: SO7211392980
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Source: English Heritage
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