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© Mr Stephen Deakin LRPS

IoE Number: 56603
Location: CREWE'S ALMSHOUSES, BEAM STREET
  NANTWICH, CREWE AND NANTWICH, CHESHIRE
Photographer: Mr Stephen Deakin LRPS
Date Photographed: 02 May 2002
Date listed: 19 April 1948
Date of last amendment: 19 April 2048
Grade II

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1425BEAM STREET-----------Crewe's AlmshousesSJ 6552 1/6619.4.48

1. 1425 BEAM STREET ----------- Crewe's Almshouses SJ 6552 1/66 19.4.48 II 2. Dated 1767. A row of 7 houses. Red brick; storeys; central projection finished as pediment with circular panel; stone cornice with small plain consoles; 12 sash windows with stone lintels, keyblocks and sills; 6 simple doorways in plain stone surrounds; 6 panelled central door with arched fanlight and keyblock, featured with stone surround, 3/4 columns, side windows, pilasters and entablature and pediment over; central stone tablet with carved inscription and above date, hipped slate roof. In need of repair when inspected but restoration will form part of a proposal which includes the dismantling of Wright's Almshoues in London Road (Map No 1/63) and their re-erection on the Beam Street site where the 2 buildings would be linked by a Community Block. Should be amended to read:- 1. 1425 BEAM STREET ----------- Crewe's Almshoues SJ 6552 1/66 19.4.48 II 2. Dated 1767. A row of 7 houses. Red brick; 2 storeys; central projection finished as pediment with circular panel; stone cornice with small plain consoles; 12 sash windows with stone lintels, keyblocks and sills; 6 simple doorways in plain stone surrounds; 6 panelled central door with arched fanlight and keyblock, featured with stone surround, 3/4 columns, side windows, pilasters and entablature and pediment over; central stone tablet with carved inscription and above date; hipped slate roof. Restored 1975-76. ------------------------------------ 1. 1425 BEAM STREET ----------- Crewe's Almshouses SJ 6552 1/66 19.4.48. II 2. Dated 1767. A row of 7 houses. Red brick; 2 storeys; central projection finished as pediment with circular panel; stone cornice with small plain consoles; 12 sash windows with stone lintels, keyblocks and sills; 6 simple doorways in plain stone surrounds; 6 panelled central door with arched fanlight and keyblock, featured with stone surround, 3/4 columns, side windows, pilasters and entablature and pediment over; central stone tablet with carved inscription and above date; hipped slate roof. In need of repair when inspected but restoration will form part of a proposal which includes the dismantling of Wright's Almshouses in London Road (Map No 1/63) and their re-erection on the Beam Street site where the 2 buildings would be linked by a Community Block.

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