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Description: 5, Salop Street
Date Listed: 2 January 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 256977
OS Grid Reference: SO3242388998
OS Grid Coordinates: 332423, 288998
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4947, -2.9968
SO 3288 and BISHOP'S CASTLE C.P. SALOP STREET (north
SO 3289 side)
12/66 No. 5
House, latterly house and shop. C17, extended and refaced in the early
C19. Roughcast timber frame and limestone rubble with plain tile roof.
2 framed bays with later additions. Plinth, mid- to late-C19 integral
brick end stack off-ridge to left, and large brick ridge stack off-
centre to right. Semi-basement and 2 storeys. 2 mid- to late-C19
wooden cross windows on each floor to right, early-C19 former shop
front to left consisting of small-paned shop window repeated on return
to left, and mid-C19 four-panelled door to right with early-C19 archi-
trave and open triangular pedimented bracketed hood; boarded basement
door to right. Left-hand return front with first floor glazing bar
sash. Right-hand return front with first floor 4-pane sash and ground
floor boarded door with bracketed hood. Probably early-C19 two-storey
addition set back to left in former passageway, stack to rear, and
ground floor C20 casement in early-C19 frame. Interior: early-C18
L-shape staircase with closed string, splat balusters shaped to represent
twisted balusters, moulded handrail, and square newel posts; early-
C18 cupboard beneath stairs with low raised panelled doorway and open
screen above with shaped splat balusters; early-C18 classical wall
cupboard on staircase consisting of 2 fluted pilasters with moulded
capitals, triglyphs, guttae and cornice to each, flanking door with
shaped-head raised and fielded panel.
Listing NGR: SO3242388998
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Source: English Heritage
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