Roads & Properties

No 16

Heaphey’s Café

1980s China Garden; 1960s Heaphey's

1844 Tythe No 160 house and court owned by Matthew Davey and occupied by John Edwards and another

Previously known as Heaphys, occupying a prominent corner site with curved front leading into Benedict Street. Mid C19 the eastern part of hipped pantile roof. Red brick with ashlar dressings. Parapet and plain cornice supported by curved brackets. Plain stringcourse. 6 windows in all, with raised surrounds and segmental tops to 1st floor. Sashes without glazing bars. Dentilled cornice over ground floor. Curved shop-front on corner into Benedict Street, original glazing (vandalised and replaced). Said to be a unique type of building in Glastonbury.

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