© Mr Robin Earl LRPS
38 AND 40 HIGH STREET (east side)
WORTHING, WORTHING, WEST SUSSEX
Mr Robin Earl LRPS
10 September 2000
21 May 1976
Date of last amendment:
21 May 1976
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Nos 38 and 40
TQ 1304 SW 15/199
An L-shaped building, now 2 houses; perhaps of the C16 but considerably altered.
2 storeys with long, steep, uneven tile roof hipped to south. No 38 is the longer
range, parallel to the road but set back from it. Upper front and left half of
south end tile-hung; the lower part rendered on front and right-hand part of south
end; the rear and lower right-hand part of the south end being flint with brick
dressings. Irregular fenestration. 3 windows above, the left-hand one a dormer;
and 2 windows below, together with 2 doors. Large mid-ridge chimney, above open
hearth. Timber frame exposed inside: braced kingpost type of roof. No 40 occupies
most of the short range, which extends forward at the left end of the longer range.
Faced with flints except gable front and lower part of inner return side, which
are rendered and painted. External chimney with offset to north. One window on
gable front and right-hand doorway. All windows of both houses are modern casements.