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56 Church Street, Haslingfield

56 Church Street, Haslingfield

History of 56 Church Street

Listed building:

Cottage. Early C19 and mid C20 additions at rear. Timber-framed, plaster rendered and clunch on brick plinth. Longstraw thatch roof.

This is an example of the later clunch buildings. Built on a triangular piece of common land, the house behind, Spring Cottage is in line with the original road frontage.

(Walk and Look  Around Haslingfield pub 1994).



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