16 NORTH HILL (east side)

Posted by pcrummy


Colchester, ESS
United Kingdom
51° 53' 29.0436" N, 0° 53' 47.076" E
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Grade II.
2 storeys, timber-framed and plastered, the roofs tiled. The front block was probably rebuilt in the C18 and has C19 and later alterations to the front, which is faced in brick (1931) with small central gable and upper storey central oriel window.
Nos 13 to 29 (consec) form a group.

* See ERO D/B 6 Pb3/5750, 1931, building plan of alterations to 16 NORTH HILL, COLCHESTER, for A.J. Askew (owner), by W.J. Vaughan and Sons (architects and builders)

See ERO A12603: Records of Colchester Borough Council comprising photographic survey of COLCHESTER in 1977: Crouch Street (1-4); Head Street (5-7); High Street (9-13; 8 wanting); North HILL, 14-17; St. John's Street (18-19); Queen Street (20-24); EAST HILL (25-32); EAST Street (33-37); EAST, 1-3; West, 1-2; North HILL EAST 1-2; North HILL West 1-2; High Street untitled (3 boards); St. John's Street untitled (1 board) Queen Street, EAST HILL and High Street (7 larger boards).

We include for download (see below) a survey of parts of the timber-frame by Richard Shackle with his permission.

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