Church End Nos. 22 to 30
This house dates from the early 18th century and was re-fronted in the 19th century. The bricks are mauve and the roof is steeply pitched with plain tiles. . The original door is on the left and there is an 18th century timber frame visible on the East gable end.
This house was built in the early 19th century and was formerly a pair of cottages. Built of red brick with a plain tile roof and central ridge chimney stack. Again the original door is on the left.
Nos. 28 and 30
This house was formerly a pair of cottages built in the late18th or early 19th century of red brick. The roof tiles are plain with a central ridge chimney stack. The original door opening is on the left.
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