High St. No. 42
This is a 17th century house with a timber frame. The front
is rough cast and at the north end the bricks have been painted. There is a
plain tile roof. The two small casements are 19th century. The door
has a reeded frame and corniced hood. There are twin gabled rear extensions of
timber and brick, probably built in the early 18th century. The
premises once belonged to the builders – Jarman.