Church Street 44


A pair of chequered red brick cottages, now a single property. Neo-Tudor hood moulds and heavy nail studded doors. Originally 17thC? May have originally been outbuildings belonging to the adjacent Vicarage but given this frontage c1850 by the vicar Charles Balham at the same time as he restored the adjacent Vicarage.

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