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34, High Street

A Grade II Listed Building in Shefford, Central Bedfordshire

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Latitude: 52.0383 / 52°2'17"N

Longitude: -0.3355 / 0°20'7"W

OS Eastings: 514265

OS Northings: 239069

OS Grid: TL142390

Mapcode National: GBR H4V.010

Mapcode Global: VHGNC.41G9

Entry Name: 34, High Street

Listing Date: 10 January 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1311710

English Heritage Legacy ID: 37657

Location: Shefford, Central Bedfordshire, SG17

County: Central Bedfordshire

Civil Parish: Shefford

Built-Up Area: Shefford

Traditional County: Bedfordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Bedfordshire

Church of England Parish: Shefford

Church of England Diocese: St.Albans

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Listing Text

8/103 (north side)

- No. 34


House, with shops to ground floor. C17 timber framed building, refronted C19
with colourwashed stuccoed facade. Clay tile roof. 2-room plan, 2 storeys.
Ground floor taken up by 2 C20 shop fronts. First floor has 2 pairs of sash
windows, arranged asymmetrically. Moulded stucco quoins and parapet cornice,
the latter forming a small arched section to the centre. To RH end is
substantial red brick chimney stack with moulded string course and pair of
diagonal shafts. C19 integral red brick stack to LH gable end.

Listing NGR: TL1426539069

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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