Description: Cedar House Including Area Railings to West and South
Date Listed: 11 April 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 307899
OS Grid Reference: SP2691060774
OS Grid Coordinates: 426910, 260774
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2445, -1.6073
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BARFORD Bridge Street
Cedar House including
area railings to west and
11.4.67 south, No 2
Late C17, c.1700, brick building with painted plaster dressings - quoins,
string band. Steeply pitched plain tile roof with gables to north and east.
L-shaped on plan. Painted moulded plaster eaves cornice. Two storeys and
attic, five bays to west, four bays to south. West elevation to Bridge Street -
at ground floor three early C18 sash windows in cased frames with glazing bars,
painted lintels with keyblocks and cills. Central later stuccoed Roman Doric
portico with paired entrance doors and rectangular fanlight. At south bay a
pair of doors in pilastered doorcase with entablature, and cornice supported on
carved corbels. At first floor two blocked windows and three early C18 sash
windows same as to ground floor. One hipped dormer with pair of casements with
leaded lights. South elevation to Church Street - at ground floor four early
C18 sash windows, and at first floor one blocked window and three early C18
sash windows same as to Bridge Street elevation. Two hipped dormers each with
pair of leaded casements. Large square brick ridge stack central to Bridge
street frontage, and ridge stack at east gable. Early C19 area railings to west
and south. To north, on Bridge Street, C18 brick two-storey, one bay addition.
Listing NGR: SP2691060774
Source: English Heritage
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