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The Guildhall, 36 High Street, Barrington

History of 36 High Street Barrington

Listed building:

Cottage. Probably 1657. Timber framed, lath and plaster rendered and long straw thatch roof, half hipped. Red brick ridge stack of grouped shafts set diagonally. Single range and four bay plan with lobby-entry. One storey and attic. Three gable dormers. Four casements, including two with leaded lights. Two panelled door to lobby.

Inside. Main beam in one room is inscribed ’18 Day of February 1657′, ‘1656 and ‘WM 1712’.

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