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Latitude: 52.0243 / 52°1'27"N
Longitude: 0.2402 / 0°14'24"E
OS Eastings: 553798
OS Northings: 238572
OS Grid: TL537385
Mapcode National: GBR MC3.1JR
Mapcode Global: VHHL4.3DT1
Entry Name: 25 and 27, Church Street
Listing Date: 28 November 1951
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1196155
English Heritage Legacy ID: 370489
Location: Saffron Walden, Uttlesford, Essex, CB10
Civil Parish: Saffron Walden
Built-Up Area: Saffron Walden
Traditional County: Essex
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Essex
TL5338 CHURCH STREET
669-1/1/110 (South side)
28/11/51 Nos.25 AND 27
House and store, once part of the Sun Inn, which included Nos
29 & 31 Church Street (qv) and 17 Market Hill (qv). C14,
alteration and decoration C17, restored C19. 2 storeys.
Timber-framed, plastered and elaborately pargetted, peg tile
roof. H plan of hall house with jettied cross-wings.
Front, N elevation: similar to Nos 29 & 31 in that it was
considerably re-worked in the late C19, windows and doors were
remade in Tudor style. All windows have casements with
intersecting cast-iron, hexagonal latticed glazing bars as a
building style. Roofs were re-raftered with side purlins and
new barge-boards. Elaborate late C17 pargetting. Central hall
range with low cross-wing (probably service) to E and tall
cross-wing to W, upper floor raised in C17, (by the time of
the pargetting) to create a carriageway below. E cross-wing
and hall both have a ground and first floor window of 3 lights
with cast-iron latticed panes. Also, each has a boarded,
battened and studded door. Cross-wings show original jetty
joists, carriageway has 2 leaved door, framed and boarded with
upper spikes. Whole frontage pargetted with bold figure work
on first floor including volute scrolls, pecking birds, a
stocking and the well known pair of fighting men, one holding
a club and the other a sword, said to be the Wisbech Giant and
Tom Hickathrift, an E Anglian carter. Rear, S elevation: hall
and cross-wing units visible. Two C19 stacks, one to rear of
hall range, the other on E side of E cross-wing, single first
floor window in each gabled end. W, double casement window in
all, 4x2 panes. E, single casement, 2x2 panes, ground floor
hall and E cross-wing units have a C19 yellow brick lean-to
with slate roof, doorway segment headed to carriageway, yard
on W side.
INTERIOR: plain, medieval construction not visible. Roof
space, E cross-wing has a crown-post whose collar purlin has a
splayed scarf joint, crown-post has 4-way braces that are
lodged and nailed to the crown-post, a C14 technique.
(The Buildings of England: Pevsner N & Ratcliffe E: Essex:
London: 1965-: 337).
Listing NGR: TL5379838572
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