Interpretation: A substantial commercial building in very original condition. Ground floor windows are an addition, though 19th century at the latest. considerable pre second world war joinery and much of an earlier date. Building is likely early 18th century based on the cornice, though this could be an example of an earlier design being reused locally. possible conversion from dwelling.
Historical context: Probably early 18th century in origin, though altered.
Significance comments: a building of moderately high status with early joinery and ironwork. Interesting shop windows. Long history as commercial building.
Latest inspection date: 9/2/2011
Inspected by: BMJ
Interior inspected: Yes
Inspected for: HER Creation
Type: Commercial building
Sub type: None Sub type 2: None
Main period: East India Company
Period 2: None Period 3: None
Period 4: None Period 5: None
Days work to stabilse: 0
Feasible to occupy: Yes
Accessibility: Easily Accessible
None: No Tourist attraction: Yes Tourist accommodation: Yes Dwelling: Yes Public amenity: Yes Commercial: Yes Administrative: Yes Agricultural: No
Associated finds: None
Additional information: None
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