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Evergreens, 10 West End House. Early 19th Century. Rendered clay lump with hipped slated roof, rear stacks. Two storeys; symmetrical 'bays'. Wooden doorcase with six-panelled door and patterned fanlight. Two ground floor and three smaller first floor recessed twelve-paned hung sash windows.
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Oak Tree Cottage, 35 West End Cottage. Late 17th Century with 19th Century extension. Timber-framed and plastered with half hipped thatched roof and clay bat with painted brick quoins and dressings and slated roof. One storey and attic and two storeys. Two entrances with panelled doors, three 4-paned hung sash windows and one horizontal sliding sash dormer window.
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Nunns Cottage, 25 West End Cottage. Late 17th Century with 19th Century alterations, 20th Century renovation. Timber-framed and plastered with thatched roof. Rectangular planned red brick ridge stack and gable end stack to left hand. One storey and attic, leanto extension to right hand. Boarded entrance door, with 5 windows of various sizes; 2 plain tiles gables dormer windows with casements.
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Parsonage Barn Barn. 17th Century. Timber-framed and weather boarded with corrugated iron half hipped roof. Six aisled bays with entrances facing north-east. Converted into four dwellings late 1980s-1990s.
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Markings Farm Farmhouse divided into two dwellings. Early 16th Century with late 16th Century or early 17th Century and 19th Century alterations and additions. Timber-framed and plastered. Plain tiled roofs. Large rectangular planned stack to left hand and ridge stack to right hand. Two storeys with attics. Original building of four timber-framed bays with continuous jetty extended by addition of cross wing to south-west and with 19th Century outshut in angle. Three doors half-glazed and boarded door to right hand and second bay from north-east original with four-centre arched head with spandrels. Moulded fascia to original oriel window to left hand. One hung sash window and three ground floor casement windows, five first floor casement windows. Interior : Stop-chamfered and moulded ceiling beams, sealed hearths, one inserted 18th Century hearth. Baking oven in rear wing covered externally by timber supported pent roof. Wind brace side purlin roof.
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Reeds CottageCottage. 17th Century with later alterations. 20th Century renovation. Timber-framed with plastered infill, plastered plinth. Thatched roof with red brick ridge stack to left of centre and gault brick gable end stack. One storey and attic. 20th Century gables porched entry with four-panelled door, sealed boarded door to left hand. Three ground floor, and four dormer windows with casements.
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Charity Farm Farmhouse, now a house. Early 16th Century with later 16th Century extension to south-east, 19th Century alterations and conversion to two dwellings. 20th Century renovation. Timber-framed and plastered, plastered brick plinth, 19th Century clay bat and weather boarding. Hipped thatched roof, stack to left hand. Two storeys, jettied to street with rear outshuts. North-east elevation. Narrow 20th Century entrance to right hand with 20th Century gabled canopy, three ground floor windows and four first floor windows, include horizontal sliding sashes. Jetty cased with two small brackets. Interior : original building of four timber-framed bays jettied to the south-east extended later by a short jettied bay. Substantial timber-frame and floor frames with moulded cross beams.
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Evergreens, 10 West End
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Tudor CottageCottage. Late 15th Century or early 16th Century reconstructed later 16th Century with 19th Century alterations and 20th Century renovation. Timber-framed and plastered. Thatched roof. One storey and attic. Reconstructured three unit plan with surviving bay of original building to south-east.
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Nos. 43 & 45 High Street Pair of cottages. Late 17th Century or 18th Century, 19th Century alterations. Steeply pitched slated roof with ridge stack to left of centre. One storey and attic. One four-panelled door and one 20th Century door. Six four-panelled hung sash windows and four similar gabled former windows.
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Barn to south of Scutches Farmhouse
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Barn to south of Scutches FarmhouseBarn. Dated 1791. Timber-framed and weather boarded with tarred brick plinth. Corrugated steel roof replacing original thatch. Seven timber-framed bays with double entries facing north east. Now converted into offices.
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Scotts, No. 24 High Street
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Scotts, No. 24 High Street House. Late 18th Century and 19th Century alterations. Red brick, stone details, plain tiled roofs. Two storeys with attics. Double pile plan with gable end stacks, parapet gables and main fascade with moulded stone cornice and copings. Symmetrical five 'bays'. Gauged brick window arches to five first floor 19th Century hung sash windows without glazing bars: pair of similar windows to projecting rectangular bays flanking main entrance. Wooden doorcase cemented over with rusticated surround to fluted pilasters, Doric frieze and pediment with dentil enrichment, panelled door. Two segmental headed dormer windows behind parapet. Interior : Original staircase, over mantel to chimney piece of south room with Greek fret design cornice. 18th Century chimney piece said to have originated from Whittlesford Hall, an early 18th Century house.
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Sheads House, No. 7 High Street Cottage. 17th Century with 19th Century alterations and additions. Timber-framed and plastered with painted brick. Plain tiled roofs. End stack to left hand; two ridge stacks. Two storeys original L-plan ranges extended and with wide low-pitched roofed closed porch with 19th Century door. Two ground floor and three first floor nine-paned hung sash windows; one casement dormer window.
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Cromwell Cottage, No. 5 High Street Cottage. Late 16th Century or early 17th Century; 20th Century alterations. Timber-framed and plastered. Thatched roof. Ridge stack to right of centre. One storey and attic, three unit lobby entry plan. Boarded door with 20th Century gabled canopy; three transomed casement windows and one canted bay window to left hand. Three casement eyebrow dormer windows. Interior : Stop-chamfered ceiling beams, relined back to back hearths with inserted late 18th Century or 19th Century chimney to left hand room.
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Unicorn Cottage, No. 12 High Street Cottage. 17th Century or earlier with late 17th Century alterations and 18th Century extension. Timber-framed and plastered with thatched roof. Two red brick ridge stacks. One storey and attic. Long range extended to south-east. Five sashes ; three casement eyebrow dormer windows. Interior : Inserted 17th Century floor frame.
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Unicorn Cottage, No. 12 High Street
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Seabys CottageRenovated 1992.
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4 High Street
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Telephone Kiosk, Church Lane Type K6. Designed 1935 by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. Made by various contractors. Cast iron. Square kiosk with domed roof. Unperforated crowns to top panels and margin glazing to windows and doors.
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The Guildhall, North Road
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The Guildhall, North Road Converted to several cottages and now one dwelling. Late 15th Century or early 16th Century with 19th Century alterations, restored 1967. Timber-framed with plaster infill; hipped plain tiled roof. Rear chimney stack. Two storeys. Four equal timber-framed bays jettied to south-west and south-east elevations; main entrance in second bay from left hand, and first floor entrance, to rear of first bay. 20th Century boarded door in original wave-moulded wooden door frame with four-centred arched head and carved spandrels. (Similar moulding to rear door). Four first floor windows in original positions with leaded-light casement windows and three ground floor four-light mullioned windows. Plain curved braces to each bay post of jetty with carved pilaster ornament. Roll-moulded jetty bressumer enriched with folded leaf carving. Weathered corner post with roll-moulded dragon post. Interior : Original plan of single bay to left hand divided into two rooms at ground floor with three-bayed hall, and first floor hall of four bays with external access. Floor frames and crown-post roof trusses with plain chamfered detail. Evidence of shutters to original windows. 19th Century floor of note. The Guildhall was used as the parish workhouse from c. 1600, and occasionally as a school room.
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The Tickell Arms (formerly The Waggon & Horses) Public House. Possibly late 17th Century, rebuilt late 18th Century. Timber-framed and plastered. Steeply pitched slated roofs with red brick end stacks partly painted. Two storeys. L-plan to left hand with outshut symmetrical three 'bay' facade. Stuccoed doorway with ogee-arched double doors with margin glazing bars and shaped cornice hood with console bracdks and dentil enrichment. Four-centred arched two-light casement windows above entrance and two first floor and two ground floor three-light casement windows with oval patterned glazing bars.
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The Tickell Arms (formerly The Waggon & Horses)
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The Manor, previously The Lodge
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No. 39 North Road (The Dolls' House)Small cottage. Late 17th Century, early 18th Century. Timber-framed and plastered with thatched roof. One storey. Red brick end stack to left hand and 20th Century closed porched entrance in angle with pantiled roof. Two windows with glazing bars.
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Nos. 41, 43 & 45 North Road No. 41 : Small cottage. Late 17th Century or early 18th Century Timber-framed and plastered, plastered plinth. Thatched roof. End stack to right hand. One storey and attic. Boarded door to left of centre. Two ground floor horizontal sliding sash windows and similar sashes in eyebrow dormer window.

No. 43 : Late 17th Century or early 18th Century. Timber-framed and plastered with exposed and applied timber. Thatched roof. Rectangular planned red brick stack behind ridge to right of centre. One storey and attic, three unit lobby entry plan. Six-panelled 19th Century door, two fixed-light windows with glazing bars and one horizontal sliding sash window to right hand. Three casement eyebrow windows.

No. 45 : 19th Century. Clay lump plastered, red brick plastered plinth and red brick ridge stack. Pantiled roof. Two storeys. 20th Century door to left hand. Three ground floor horizontal sliding sash windows, and three recessed first floor horizontal sliding sash windows. The building is said to have been a forge.
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Bees in the Wall (formerly The Exhibition) Public House. Timber-framed with roughcast render and painted brick. Low-pitched hipped slated roof with side stacks. Two storeys. Three 'bay' symmetrical facade. Double eight-panelled door with pattern glazing bars to rectangular fanlight, console brackets support flat canopy. Two ground floor recessed sixteen-paned hung sash windows and three first floor twelve paned hung sash windows.
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The Granary, North Road (Rayners Farm)Late 18th Century or early 19th Century. Timber-framed and weather boarded with local brick plinth and piers. Steeply pitched slated roof. Entrance faces west.
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The Granary, North Road (Rayners Farm)
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Rayners Farmhouse (No. 59 North Road)
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The Granary, North Road
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Rayners Farmhouse (No. 59 North Road)Late 15th Century, early 16th Century with late 16th Century, 18th & 19th Century modifications and additions. Timber-framed and plastered, plain tiled roofs. Late 16th Century square planned red brick ridge stack with grouped shafts to left hand and gable end stack with two diagonal shafts to right hand. Two storeys with attic and semi basement. Original five bay long jetty building altered in late 16th Century to present plan of cross wing to left hand with two storey porch and lobby entry. Jetty with curved brackets at each of three bays with large 15th Century roll-moulded mullioned and trasomed oriel window to right hand of six-panelled door. First floor 15th Century oriel window with brackets and cill possible replacements of an original moulded cill. Boarded door to porch with sealed window above and in gable of cross wing.

Interior : 15th Century hollow-chamfered cross beams and cambered tie beams with deeply chamfered crown post braced to collar purlin and collar. Late 16th Century inserted doorways, attic floor with wave-moulded ceiling beam, clunch fire places with four centred arches partly sealed by inserted 19th Century hearths. Early 17th Century panelling in ground floor room.
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Rayners Farmhouse (No. 59 North Road)
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Middlemoor Cottage17th Century with later alterations and 20th Century additions. Timber-framed and plastered with plastered plinth plain tiled and pantiled roofs. Tall red brick square planned ridge stack with indented shafts. Two storeys. 20th Century extension to right hand. Original lobby entry three unit plan with range to north-west. Entrance with half-glazed door and 20th Century bracketed hood. 20th Century panelled door to right hand. Irregular fenestration, six ground floor and six first floor casement windows with glazing bars. Interior : Exposed timber-frame, two open hearths one with baking oven.
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