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© Mr Robin Earl LRPS

IoE Number: 297291
Location: MARLIPINS HOUSE, HIGH STREET (north side)
  SHOREHAM BY SEA, ADUR, WEST SUSSEX
Photographer: Mr Robin Earl LRPS
Date Photographed: 05 August 1999
Date listed: 08 May 1950
Date of last amendment: 15 May 1985
Grade II*

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In the entry for: SHOREHAM-BY-SEA HIGH STREET 6/72 (north side) Marlipins House The item shall be amended to read: HIGH STREET (north side) Marlipins Museum The former listing date shall be added to read: 29/9/72 ------------------------------------ in the entry for SHOREHAM-BY-SEA HIGH STREET 6/72 (North side) MARLIPINS MUSEUM the former listing date shall be amended to read 8.5.50 ------------------------------------ SHOREHAM-BY-SEA HIGH STREET TQ 2105 SW 6/72 (north side) Marlipins House II* Store, now museum. C12 and C14. Chequer of squared dressed stone and flint to High Street, with stone dressings and rendered gable end. Flint and pebble with some red brick patching to Middle Street. Horsham stone slab roof, hipped to north. Two storeys. South (High Street) front. Painted pointed-arched windows with round-headed relieving arch over on first floor, to right of centre. Pointed arched and chamfered stone surround doorways to right and left on ground floor with small pointed-arched window off-centre to left. Boarded and ribbed doors, probably C19. East front. Three large irregularly-placed windows on first floor with wood-framed diamond-lattice casements. Two irregularly-spaced small depressed-arched windows on the ground-floor. Interior: Collar-purlin roof supported on crown-post at ends, and in centre on two queen-posts supporting ties and short crown-posts. Original C14 floor survives.

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