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7 and 9, the Street

A Grade II Listed Building in Icklingham, Suffolk

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Latitude: 52.3262 / 52°19'34"N

Longitude: 0.5988 / 0°35'55"E

OS Eastings: 577196

OS Northings: 272971

OS Grid: TL771729

Mapcode National: GBR QCW.27B

Mapcode Global: VHJG7.BSFL

Plus Code: 9F428HGX+FG

Entry Name: 7 and 9, the Street

Listing Date: 16 October 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1037579

English Heritage Legacy ID: 275787

Location: Icklingham, West Suffolk, Suffolk, IP28

County: Suffolk

Civil Parish: Icklingham

Built-Up Area: Icklingham

Traditional County: Suffolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Suffolk

Church of England Parish: Icklingham St James

Church of England Diocese: St.Edmundsbury and Ipswich

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TL 77 SE

Nos. 7 & 9


Pair of cottages. Built C16 or early C17 as one house. C19 alterations and
extension. 1 storey and attics, 3-cell plan. Timber-framed and plastered.
Thatched roof with eyebrow casement dormers. Central chimney of gault brick.
Small-pane C19 casements and boarded entrance door. A rear extension of flint
rubble with brick quoins was added C19. The central chimney has back-to-back
fireplaces to hall and parlour; both are infilled, but the hall fireplace has
an exposed cambered lintel with trailing-leaf carving of early C16 type.
Other exposed framing suggests a later C16 date; the lintel may be reused.

Listing NGR: TL7719672971

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