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Historic House - House - Grade 3

A single storey building of three bays under a single pitched roof of corrugated steel sheet. The walls are rubble masonry, exposed to the rear and cement rendered to the street. Joinery is all timber, with a plank built door with decorative light over and sliding sash windows. Ancillary range to the rear with first floor timber veranda in traditional cross braced form.

Interpretation: An unusual small building with historic joinery, doorway is particularly interesting as it seems to be higher status than the size of the dwelling would suggest.

Historical context: Unknown though light above door is circa 1800.

Significance comments: EIC period building with some original joinery.

Basic Information

Parcel: JT070010

Latest inspection date: 9/2/2011

Inspected by: BMJ

Interior inspected: No

Inspected for: HER Creation

Type: House

Sub type: None Sub type 2: None

Main period: East India Company

Period 2: None Period 3: None

Period 4: None Period 5: None

Built

Condition

Condition:70-89%

Trend: Deteriorating

Days work to stabilse: 0

Condition comment:

Occupied: Yes

Feasible to occupy: Yes

Accessibility: Easily Accessible

Reuse Possibilities

None: No Tourist attraction: No Tourist accommodation: Yes Dwelling: Yes Public amenity: No Commercial: No Administrative: No Agricultural: No

Associated finds: None

Sources: None

Additional information: None

Photographs and drawings

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