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St Osyth Bakery

A Grade II Listed Building in St. Osyth, Essex

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Latitude: 51.7989 / 51°47'55"N

Longitude: 1.0779 / 1°4'40"E

OS Eastings: 612326

OS Northings: 215615

OS Grid: TM123156

Mapcode National: GBR TQW.3BW

Mapcode Global: VHLD3.M1QT

Entry Name: St Osyth Bakery

Listing Date: 4 July 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1337136

English Heritage Legacy ID: 120014

Location: St. Osyth, Tendring, Essex, CO16

County: Essex

District: Tendring

Civil Parish: St. Osyth

Built-Up Area: St Osyth

Traditional County: Essex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Essex

Church of England Parish: St Osyth Saints Peter and St Paul

Church of England Diocese: Chelmsford

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Listing Text

TM 1215
(east side)
15/180 Nos. 3,5,7 and 9
St. Osyth Bakery
Row of cottages and shop (no. 9), formerly a house. Late C14/early C15 with
later alterations and rear additions and C19 red brick facade. Timber framed,
brick faced, weatherboarded return and rear wings. Red plain tiled roofs with
black tile diapering. 2 rear and one forward red brick chimney stacks. 2
storeys. 4 window range of small paned vertically sliding sashes, moulded
surrounds. C19 4 light shop window to No. 9 (far right), pilasters, fascia and
flat canopy on brackets. 4 panelled doors with small paned top lights, moulded
pilasters, frieze, flat canopy on moulded brackets, patera to bracket heads.
Internally some heavy timber frame of C15/C16 or earlier visible in No. 3. Nos.
7 and 9 share the original moulded bridging joist of circa 1400, No. 7 with the
complete ceiling visible, originally jettied to road, each beam, central
principal and the bridging joist moulded entirely with rolls and fillets. A
chimney has been inserted between the two properties, probably C17. Only part
of roof timbers visible at time of resurvey showing an original crosswing
approximately over Nos. 5 and 7. Splayed halved and bridled top plate scarf
circa 1400. Some jowled storey posts visible. Moulded base to storey post in
No. 7. The other chimney stack appears to have been inserted when the brick
facade was added. No entry to No. 5 at time of resurvey. Property known as The
White Hart circa 1760.

Listing NGR: TM1232615615

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