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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Planning Authority
- NH 84403 49899
- 284403, 849899
Later 19th century, single storey and attic house, with
single storey, 3-bay shop at east gable. All rubble with
House; centre door; 3 gabletted and finialled dormers break
wallhead; 8-pane glazing; corniced end stacks; slate roof.
Shop; centre door, with further single storey 3-bay wing
projecting at right angles at rear, also with centre door;
12-pane glazing in front windows, and 8-pane to rear; end
stacks; slate roofs.
Stables; former stable and gighouse single storey range to
rear; rubble with tooled rubble dressings; louvred ridge
ventilator to piended slate roof.
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