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58, Church Street, Bishop's Castle

Description: 58, Church Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 28 July 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 256949

OS Grid Reference: SO3235888726
OS Grid Coordinates: 332358, 288726
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4922, -2.9977

Location: Church Street, Bishops Castle, Shropshire SY9 5AE

Locality: Bishop's Castle
County: Shropshire
Country: England
Postcode: SY9 5AE

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Listing Text


12/39 No. 58

House. Late-C16. Timber framed with painted rendered infil, partly
rendered, and partly refaced with painted limestone rubble; slate roof.
2 framed bays at right-angles to road. 2 storeys. Integral lateral
stone stack to north with red brick top stage, and late-C19 end stack
to rear. Framing: square panels to south, close studding with centre
rail to front; jettied gable to front with moulded bressumer and carved
bracket, and mid-C20 planted timbers suggesting mixed king post and
queen strut truss beneath with parallel diagonal framed infil panels.
Formerly jettied first floor with moulded bressumer, now underbuilt
probably with former front wall framing brought forward. First floor
C20 two-light diamond-leaded casement, ground floor C20 two-light
diamond-leaded casement to left, and small C20 diamond-leaded casement
to right; C20 boarded door off-centre to right. Gap in framing and
mortices for diamond-shaped mullions in underside of gable bressumer are
evidence of a former central first floor oriel window. Interior:
corner fireplaces with chamfered lintels.

Listing NGR: SO3235888726

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Source: English Heritage

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