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Description: Timber Frame of Two Bays of Almshouses in Grounds of the Castle
Date Listed: 4 July 1975
English Heritage Building ID: 269654
OS Grid Reference: ST2262724628
OS Grid Coordinates: 322627, 124627
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0158, -3.1044
ST 2224 NE CASTLE GREEN
744/9/4A Castle Green
Timber frame of two bays of
04.07.75 Almshouses in grounds
of the castle
Re-erected section of range of almshouses. Circa 1500. Timber-framed with restored  wattle-and-daub infilling. Pitched tile roof with gabled ends. The 2 bays belonged to old almshouses in St James' Street which were demolished in 1897. Re-erected in former Castle moat in 1899 and dismantled and re-erected again on present site in 1992. The surviving timber framing is for 2 single room dwellings with doors and windows in both front and back walls. Boldly overhanging eaves framed on projecting brackets. The frame is thought to date from before 1500. AM. [All the listed buildings on Castle Green form a group together with Ina Cottage, Mill Lane.
Listing NGR: ST2262724628
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Source: English Heritage
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