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5-17, High Street, Warminster

Description: 5-17, High Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 28 April 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 312914

OS Grid Reference: ST8735445095
OS Grid Coordinates: 387354, 145095
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2049, -2.1824

Location: B3414, Warminster, Wiltshire BA12 9AG

Locality: Warminster
County: Wiltshire
Country: England
Postcode: BA12 9AG

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Listing Text

(South Side)
Nos 5 to 17 (odd)
(Formerly listed
as No 4)
ST 8745 SW 6/20 28.4.52.


One property forming several flats. C18. 3 storeys on basement. Coursed
rubble with rusticated ashlar quoins. Band over ground floor. Plain string
at 2nd floor, small moulded eaves cornice and old tile roof. Plate glass
sash windows, 5 ranges to upper floors with architrave frames and painted
moulded cills. Now 2 modern shop windows on ground floor. Later central
6 panel door in Doric stone surround with pediment, and with curved wrought
iron lampholders. Footscrapers recessed in wall on each side. A basement
opening to right (former 2 light mullion window). Long rubble 2 storey extensions
to rear in 3 stages, forming alleyway with rear extensions of Nos 21 to 29
(odd). These extensions have circa 1700 type 2 light mullion windows, the
1st part has 2 on 1st floor and one on ground floor, 2nd part has 3 on ground
floor (1st floor now modern casements) with stone drips. Yard at rear contains
small cottage (now No 17): C18 with half hipped gables. Hipped dormers to

Listing NGR: ST8735445095

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Source: English Heritage

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