High St. No. 32

This house was built in about 1840 of red brick. It has a slate roof and is two storeys.  As can be seen from the photo taken from the rear of the house that it is double piled. Indeed, the front gable appears older perhaps late 18th century, judging from the bricks at the front gable end.  There are three windows but the centre first floor one is blank. The central door has a simple wooden frame with a rectangular margin-light fan.  The pilasters are reeded and the cornice hood is on shaped brackets. The sash windows are recessed.  

The rear

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