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Timber framed house of the 17th or early 18th century with later alterations. The building was restored and extended circa 1988.

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A row of 3 houses built in the late 18th century. They were of timber framed construction, of two storeys formerly with tiled roofs. The southern two were probably built together as a pair, the third house to the north may have been slightly later though still of the late 18th century. At...

6 BOLD STREET

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Shop of classical design built between 1814 and 1821, with a modern shop front.

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House constructed in 1725 with later additions. The building comprises a main two storey block with side wings which project towards the street. The wings were rebuilt during the late 19th century.

CHUCRH OF ST MARY MAGDALENE

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Parish church, with a 13th century chancel, late 13th-early 14th century nave, west tower, and north aisle, and a 15th century clerestorey . The chancel was shortened in 1770-80 and the tower and top stage were rebuilt in 1926. Restorations were undertaken in 1872-4 and 1885. The church is...

HADSPEN HOUSE

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Country house originally constructed between 1687 and 1699 with alterations dating to 1767-1791. The house was extended in 1828, 1886 and 1909. Construction is of Cary stone ashlar and Welsh slate.

BARLASTON HALL

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A country house built from 1756 to 1758, attributed to Sir Robert Taylor. It was restored circa 1990, following a period of serious disrepair. It is made from brick wirh stone dressings.

WALL HALL

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By the mid 18th century a house called Wars Hall, owned by Thomas Neate, stood east of the River Colne. In 1799 the Wars Hall estate was sold to George Thelluson, who remodelled the house in 1802. The house was further extended in 1830 for W Stuart and altered in the early 20th century for...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service