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© Mr Jeffery Bartlett OBE, ARPS

IoE Number: 315473
Location: THE CORNER HOUSE, 2 CHURCH STREET (north side)
Photographer: Mr Jeffery Bartlett OBE, ARPS
Date Photographed: 05 March 2001
Date listed: 20 December 1960
Date of last amendment: 20 December 1960
Grade II*

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LACOCKCHURCH STREETST 9168( north side)4/39No 2 (The Corner House)20.12.60

LACOCK CHURCH STREET ST 9168 ( north side) 4/39 No 2 (The Corner House) 20.12.60 GV II* House, early C17 on late medieval core, rubble stone with some timber-framing and stone slate roofs. The main range is C17 two- storey with ridge stack, 2-gabled to Church Street, with ovolo- moulded long stone-mullioned windows and hoodmoulds. Left side has 3-light each floor, right has 4-light with king mullion each floor. West end gable has similar 3-light over two 2-lights paired under one hoodmould. Short rear wing adjoins with door and 2-light over. North end wall has 3-light timber-mullioned ground floor window and similar 4-light over. Gable is timber framed. A larger rear wing adjoining to east has west side exposed framing and roughcast north end. To right of main front is low timber-frame and red brick range continuously roofed with No 3 (q.v.). Interior: in right section and extending into C17 range are 3 full cruck trusses, possibly C14 hall house, now partly in No 3. C17 range has finely panelled south west room with GC 1633 inscribed, moulded Tudor-arched fireplace and finely moulded beam with unusual carved stops. One moulded Tudor-arched fireplace upstairs.

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