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Latitude: 52.291 / 52°17'27"N
Longitude: -1.2089 / 1°12'32"W
OS Eastings: 454051
OS Northings: 266171
OS Grid: SP540661
Mapcode National: GBR 8RM.769
Mapcode Global: VHCV5.0P72
Entry Name: The Village Salon tudor House
Listing Date: 11 March 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1342991
English Heritage Legacy ID: 360990
Location: Braunston, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11
Civil Parish: Braunston
Built-Up Area: Braunston
Traditional County: Northamptonshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Northamptonshire
Church of England Parish: Braunston All Saints
Church of England Diocese: Peterborough
BRAUNSTON HIGH STREET
SP5466 (South side)
19/102 No.39 (The Village Salon) and
No.43 (Tudor House)
House, now two dwellings. C15, remodelled C16-C17. Timber frame, tile roof,
brick stacks. L-plan. Through-passage with main east-west range and cross wing
at eastern end. The main range (No.43) was encased in brick and rendered and the
roof altered in the C19. Main range, 2 storeys; 5 bays. Entrance in second bay
from left has wood lintel, C20 door and gabled timber hood on brackets. All
windows have rendered surrounds and C20 wood casements. Gabled wing extending
forward from left (No.39). Two storeys; three bays. Rendered ground floor walls,
timber frame exposed on upper floor, and tile roof. The end has a cruck derived
gable with arched braces from tie and collar to principals. Principals have a
square-set ridge piece at the apex Widely spaced studding with arched braces to
the side wall. C20 doorway on street front with C20 shop window to left. 3-light
casement window with wood lintel on the first floor. Blocked Cl5 wooden window
to left bay of first floor on the right side, has 2 cusped lights, the spandrels
carved with foliage and a dragon. Two C20 casement windows to right. Interior:
No.43 has C16/C17 chamfered cross beams with stepped ogee chamfer stops and
chamfered joists in a ground floor room. Through passage with blocked doorway
with wood lintel formerly leading to cross wing. A small area of timber framing
in first floor wall is exposed internally. No.39 has two pairs of crucks
visible. The main range was probably an open hall into which a floor was
inserted in the C16/C17. The cross wing probably contained the private rooms on
the first floor with service rooms below.
(P. Woodfield The Larger Medieval Houses of Northamptonshire, Northamptonshire
Archeology 1981, p.l67).
Listing NGR: SP5405166171
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