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7 and 9, Old Market Place

A Grade II Listed Building in Harleston, Norfolk

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Latitude: 52.4017 / 52°24'6"N

Longitude: 1.3 / 1°18'0"E

OS Eastings: 624587

OS Northings: 283311

OS Grid: TM245833

Mapcode National: GBR VK4.KGC

Mapcode Global: VHL94.HW4Q

Plus Code: 9F43C822+M2

Entry Name: 7 and 9, Old Market Place

Listing Date: 26 November 1976

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1050130

English Heritage Legacy ID: 225925

Location: Redenhall with Harleston, South Norfolk, Norfolk, IP20

County: Norfolk

Civil Parish: Redenhall with Harleston

Built-Up Area: Harleston

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

Church of England Parish: Redenhall Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Church of England Diocese: Norwich

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(west side)
Nos 7 and 9
TM 2483 29/134 26.11.76


Early C19/late Cl8. Red brick front. Slate roof with gable ends. Overhanging
eaves. Two storeys and attic. Three windows, sashes with glazing bars,
rubbed flat brick arches. Two doorways with moulded wood cases with cornices,
small rectangular fanlights and panelled doors. No 9 has what was once a
small shop window with fluted pilaster and cornice but modern glazing.
Attic casement with leaded panes in gable end. Roughcast side wall and lower
two storey timber-framed wing at rear with sash windows and pantile roof,
stop chamfered beams inside.

Listing NGR: TM2458783311

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