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Description: 23 25, Market Place
Date Listed: 10 January 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 307553
OS Grid Reference: SP2807864906
OS Grid Coordinates: 428078, 264906
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2816, -1.5898
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1781 MARKET PLACE
Nos 23 and 25
(formerly listed as
Premises at corner of
New Street and Swan
SP 2864 MW 1/139 10.1.53.
Circa 1634, 3 storeys, altered and restored at various times. Timber
framing is exposed on two upper floors and although considerable replacements
have been made much of the original work remains particularly to west elevation
facing New Street. Second storey is jettied and projecting joists have
moulded ends. Four alternating large and small gable heads with chevron
and geometrical framing. First storey has alternating bays of chevron
and close square framing. First floor is jettied as second floor. Fairly
satisfactory plate glass shopfronts and one C19 pair of Gothic windows
and door. Remainder of ground floor is stucco. West elevation (to New
Street) is similar, but with one large and two small gable heads; a greater
proportion of this timber framing is original. On corner of New Street
are three crude carved heads of considerable interest. C18 sashes in cased
frames throughout on upper floors. Restored roof of old tiles and machine
tiles. Interior: plaster overmantel with royal arms of Charles I and date
Listing NGR: SP2807864906
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Source: English Heritage
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