Cornard Road 55 Justin House


An interesting and quirky building of 1864. Two gables of different width with only the RH one half hipped and with a carved bargeboard. Fish scale tiles on the roof add to the interest whilst the pointed sash windows set in pairs below pointed lintels are unique in the town - one writer has called their style 'vernacular ecclesiastical.'

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