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In Use As
1765 - 1785
Terraced three-bay three-storey over basement house with dormer attic, c.1775. Extensively renovated, 2003, with replacement shopfront inserted to ground floor and dormer attic added. One of a pair. Pitched (shared) roof with replacement slate, 2003, red brick Running bond (shared) chimney stack, flat copper-lined roofs, 2003, to dormer attic windows, and iron rainwater goods on rendered eaves. Painted replacement rendered walls, 2003, with fascia to top floor, and painted rendered, ruled and lined wall to rear (west) elevation. Shallow camber-headed window openings with cut-stone sills, and replacement two-over-two timber sash windows, 2003, having timber casement windows to dormer attic. Replacement stone-clad shopfront, 2003, to ground floor on a symmetrical plan with fixed-pane display windows, glazed timber double doors, and inscribed fascia having overhanging cornice. Round-headed door opening to rear (west) elevation with painted cut-stone Gibbsian surround, and timber panelled door having overlight. Road fronted with concrete brick cobbled footpath to front.
A middle-size house built as one of a pair (with 12001015/KK-4766-14-15) forming an appealing element of the streetscape of High Street. Having been comprehensively restored retaining most of the original composition attributes together with replacement fittings alluding to the historic models on site the house continues to make a positive visual impression in an historic setting. A symmetrically-planned shopfront exhibiting clean lines with little extraneous ornamentation represents a positive if somewhat generic example of turn-of-the-century contemporary design.