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Description: Corn Exchange
Date Listed: 26 October 1971
English Heritage Building ID: 276092
OS Grid Reference: TL8735241252
OS Grid Coordinates: 587352, 241252
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0380, 0.7302
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1. MARKET HILL
TL 8741 3/104
An elaborate Victorian stone building, 1841 by H E Kendall with a facade
of four columns linked by a heavy entablature and each column surmounted
by a pinnacle in form of a sheaf of corn. There is balustrading between
the two outer columns. There is a large central arched doorway window
with elaborate fanlight and an arched window with elaborate headwork
between the outer columns each side. The centre front is ramped up
above the level of the balustrading each side and is surmounted by a
group of labourers, sickles and sheaves. Interior fitted out for library
purposes. History of Sudbury, Grimwood and Kay, page 87.
All the listed buildings in Market Hill (South Side) form a group.
Listing NGR: TL8735241252
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Source: English Heritage
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