Straw Lane Ivy Lodge


The deep eaves and red brick facade suggest a date around 1830 - a time when Thomas Ginn the local architect and builder lived here. The tapered brick arch around the front door is particularly fine. However, the jettied upper floor facing Plough Lane indicates that a much older timber framed building is lurking behind the brick front. This is born out by the view from the opposite side, where there are two steep gables, and the internal timber framing which includes a crown post roof.

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