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8, the Green

A Grade II Listed Building in Syston, Leicestershire

8, The Green, Syston

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House, largely late C18, though possibly on earlier core. Brick with Swithland slate roof. Two and a half storeyed, two bays with late C19 shop window to left; architrave decorated with recessed panels and paired brackets to fascia board, which is also ornamented with a dentilled frieze. Doorway to right: door with overlight in moulded architrave and consoles supporting a flat canopy. One 4 light sash window to its right, and two above, with cambered heads. Two light casements to attic storey. Various straight joints between Nos. 6 and 8 and in the middle of No. 8 and also around its windows, suggest considerable alteration to an earlier structure, eg the dowstairs right window was another shop window. Boot scraper to right of door. (Photo May 2013).

Uploaded by Andrew H Jackson on 11 May 2013

Photo ID: 79343
Building ID: 101074470

 
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