Roads & Properties

No 31

Gould and Swayne, solicitors and notaries

c. 1700

1844 Tythe No 4 Offices and garden owned by William Benjamin Naish, attorney

Has continuous roof and parapet with No 29. About 1700, much altered. 2 storeys. Roughcast. Front is separated from No 29 by a plain pilaster, another pilaster to right. 4 windows. Sashes with keyblocks and stepped lintels, glazing bars. Early C19 moulded hood on shaped brackets to doorway. Interior has some panelling of similar date to No 29, but is much altered. 2-storey extension of lower elevation to right.

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