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© Mr Geraint Wyn Jones

IoE Number: 55569
Photographer: Mr Geraint Wyn Jones
Date Photographed: 20 October 2000
Date listed: 22 April 1958
Date of last amendment: 28 August 1985
Grade II

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MALPAS C.P.CHURCH STREETSJ 44 NE(North Side)2/26No.2 Market Place(formerly listed as The

MALPAS C.P. CHURCH STREET SJ 44 NE (North Side) 2/26 No.2 Market Place (formerly listed as The Old Market Place) 22/4/1958 GV II Two shops with living accommodation, converted to a restaurant. Late C17 and early C18, of brick with grey slate roofs. 3 storeys with 5 windows to 2nd storey, 4 to 3rd storey. Altered recessed lower storey behind colonnade of 8 Tuscan pillars of red sandstone. The 2nd and 3rd storeys are flush, with a coped gable to front at each end. The ground floor has 2 replaced doors, 2 12-pane flush sashes of late Georgian type and a canted bay window with 8-pane replaced central sash and 8-pane replaced fixed lights to each side. The 1st floor has C19 replaced casements, one of 6 panes at centre and 2 of 9 panes to each side. The 2nd floor has 2 casements under each gable, those to left gable of 2 panes, those to right of 4. Cyma kneelers. Rectangular chimney with 6 flues on ridge of each cross-gable roof. Interior. The lower storey is considerably altered in plan, with doors and other features moved; one inglenook bressumer. In the upper storeys much brick-on-edge nogged oak small framing is intact; a number of 2 and 4-panel oak doors circa 1700 and 2 mid C19 6-panel softwood doors. Staircase altered.

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