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Latitude: 52.4212 / 52°25'16"N
Longitude: -3.0284 / 3°1'42"W
OS Eastings: 330158
OS Northings: 280856
OS Grid: SO301808
Mapcode National: GBR B5.NF37
Mapcode Global: VH769.GDCR
Entry Name: 17 and 19, High Street
Listing Date: 5 June 1985
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1308188
English Heritage Legacy ID: 257238
Location: Clun, Shropshire, SY7
Civil Parish: Clun
Built-Up Area: Clun
Traditional County: Shropshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Shropshire
Church of England Parish: Clun
Church of England Diocese: Hereford
SO 3080-3180 CLUN C.P. HIGH STREET
15/149 Nos. 17 and 19
House, latterly house and shop, now shop. Reputedly C12, probably
C13 or C14, remodelled in early C19. Timber framed, of cruck construction;
refaced and eaves raised in rendered coursed rubble; slate roof. Former
hall house, probably of 3 or 4 framed bays. Integral brick and stone
end stack to left. 4-window front; first floor glazing bar sashes;
2 ground floor plate-glass C20 shop windows to left flanking 6 flush-
panelled door (top 4 panels glazed) with reeded architrave and mid-to-
late C19 gabled wooden porch; mid-to-late C19 shop front to right
consisting of 2 plate-glass shop windows flanking C20 glazed door
with rectangular overlight and panelled-pilastered surround supporting
fascia and cornice; boarded door to far right. Interior: former hall
house plan survives with left-hand door to former through-passage, and
surviving chamfered-lintel doorway to former service-end with basement
beneath; 2 surviving full cruck trusses, the large former open hall
truss visible on first floor with continuous chamfer to blade, arch-
braces and collar with V-struts above; Alcock apex-type E; much smoke
blackening. The former large later-inserted stack in the second bay
from the East was removed in the late 1970's, when the crucks were
'discovered'. Despite its unpromising exterior, this building is
Graded II* on account of its early and relatively complete structure.
Alcock, Pp.96 and 143.
Listing NGR: SO3015880856
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