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Description: 69, High Street
Date Listed: 7 October 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 297188
OS Grid Reference: TQ0179007174
OS Grid Coordinates: 501790, 107174
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8551, -0.5552
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5401 HIGH STREET
TQ 0107 1/157
Mid C19. Terraced house. Ground floor red brick with 2 grey brick stringcourses,
and grey bricks in the pointed relieving arches over the windows. Pulborough
stone dressings and kneelers. 1st floor timber-framed with ornamental bracing
and rendered nogging. Pitched tile roof. Red brick chimneys with cornicing,
grey brick string courses and battered lower courses of Pulborough stone. Red
brick parapet to west gable of roof, with Pulborough stone coping and kneelers.
2 storeys. Plinth with upper courses battered. 1 planked cellar door and 1 cellar
window on south side. All window and door reveals partly chamfered, to simulate
"Caernarvon" arches. Ground floor has 2 windows and 1 door with 2 lights over
it on east (High Street) side, 3 windows and 1 door to south (Maltravers Street)
side. 1st floor is jettied along whole of south side, and north half of east
side. Rafters have concave moulding at ends. Jetty supported by 3 wooden brackets
supported on stone corbels along south side and 1 on east side. 1st floor has
3 windows on east side, with hipped gable above the most northerly. 2 windows
on south side, one with hipped gable over, and other with pitched gable over.
All gables have projecting purlins with moulded ends, and chamfered bargeboards.
All windows mullion and transom, except for central window on 1st floor of east
side, and have casements with diagonal iron glazing bars. Original iron drainpipes,
brass door handles, and bell pulls.
Nos 67 & 71 form a group with Nos 2 to lO (even) Maltravers Street and with the
raised pavements on the North Side of Maltravers Street.
Listing NGR: TQ0178707172
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Source: English Heritage
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