High St. Nos. 84 & 86
This is a very interesting building, being a medieval hall house originally which was altered in the 17th century. The current modern front dates to 1977 when the original was destroyed when hit by a lorry killing a hairdresser. A better understanding of the property can be seen from the rear of the premises. There is a steep pitched tile roof with a late 17th century chimney stack at the southern gable end comprising of three square shafts in stepped formation.