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© Mr Bob Cottrell ARPS AFIAP DPAGB

IoE Number: 276804
Location: 16 SHILLING STREET (east side)
Photographer: Mr Bob Cottrell ARPS AFIAP DPAGB
Date Photographed: 30 July 2001
Date listed: 23 January 1958
Date of last amendment: 23 January 1958
Grade I

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LAVENHAMSHILLING STREET5377(east side)Shilling Old Grangeand No 16

LAVENHAM SHILLING STREET 1. 5377 (east side) Shilling Old Grange and No 16 TL 9149 50/653 23.1.58 GV 2. A large C15 and later timber-framed and plastered building with a tiled roof. The whole building was refronted in the late C17 but the south part was heavily restored in the 1920s when the timber-framing was exposed and the front returned to its original half timbered style. At the rear there is a courtyard with jettied gables and arched doorways. It was this house which Isaac Taylor the engraver and father of Jane and Ann Taylor ("Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star") rented for £6 per annum in 1736. The family moved to No 17 (Arundel House) in 1793. Two storeys and attics. N 16 has a good C18 plastered front with pebbledash rusticated panels and a wood modillion eaves cornice. Three window range the upper storey has 2 two-light leaded casements and one double-hung sash window with glazing bars, and the ground storey has double-hung sashes with glazing bars. A 6-panel door with a semi-circular fanlight with fan glazing has a fine wood doorcase with fluted pilasters and an open dentilled pediment. The north side has a blocked 4-centred arch with carved spandrels. The south part has 3 jettied gables on the front and all the timber-framing is exposed. The upper storey is jettied on the whole front and there is a beam carved with ribbon ornamentation. There are 2 four-light mullioned windows on each storey flanked by high level mullioned windows which extend across the whole front. There is a modern "old style" porch entrance. The south side has exposed timber framing, leaded casements and a 4-centred arched doorway with carved spandrels. The interior has many interesting features and there are large cellars.

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