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Grade II
Volume/Map/Item 438122
Date assigned 16 March 1988
Date last amended


REDGRAVE THE STREET (SOUTH WEST TM 0477 SIDE) 5/103 Cartref with attached - outbuilding GV II House, formerly with 2 shops. Early C19. Timber frame, plastered and scored to resemble ashlar, former shops are flint with red brick dressings. Pantiled roofs, black glazed on main range to front. A 3 bay 2 storey central block, 1 bay 1 storey shops at ends. Ground floor: central entrance with a part glazed and part raised 6 panelled recessed door, fanlight, architrave with shaped brackets to cornice, 16 pane architraved sashes with scored key blocked heads. First floor 4:8 pane architraved sashes. Offset plinth, modillioned eaves cornice. External stacks at ends are axial in shop bays which have inner boarded and panelled doors with cambered heads, outer 8 pane former shop windows under segmental gauged brick arches, a cornice to left. Left end two 2-light casements with segmental heads. Right end is roughcast with an attic light. To rear a central door and 2-light casement, left shop extends slightly further, to right shop an original part leaded casement. Attached to rear right a flint and red brick slate roofed link to former stable and coach house outbuilding, parallel with house to rear, rendered clay lump with a hipped slate roof, right end lean-to outshut. Listing NGR: TM0445077951

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Grid reference TM 04450 77951 (point)
Map sheet TM07NW

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