High Street 93-95

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93-95 High Street
93-95 High Street

Road: High Street, Teddington

Property: 93-95

Grade II (1991)

For many years these properties were one shop – "Brooker's Hardware Stores" – until they closed in 1991. No. 93 is said to date from the 16th century and was occupied for most of the 18th century by a Richard Rice and family, plumbers and glaziers. No. 95 is a later addition and after Brookers left, the properties were renovated and split into 2 shops.

The listing description is:

"Shop and accommodation over. C16 timber framed building, extensively remodelled in late C17 or early C18 and refurbished in C19. Front stuccoed, rear partly painted brick, partly stock brick, partly weather-boarded with C20 tiled roof and 2 stock brick chimneystacks. No. 93 is of 2-storeys and attics, 2 windows. No. 95 is 1 storey late C19 addition. No. 93 has 2 flat roofed dormers and 2 casements to 1st floor. Ground floor has late C19 shopfront with wide fascia and pilasters. Rear elevation has C18 stock brick staircase tower with hipped roof set in catslide with weather boarded extension to left. Interior ground floor retains some C19 cupboards, shelving, late C19 fireplace surrounds, plank doors and kitchen range. C18 winder staircase. 1st floor has principal beams and attic tie beams of C16 date. 1st floor preserves a section of C18 wall frame with wattle and daub. Upper floors retain original floor boards and some boarded doors. C18 roof structures of through purlins with diagonal braces and collar beam superimposed on C16 wall frame."

The Historic England entry for this building can be found at; http://list.historicengland.org.uk/resultsingle.aspx?uid=1261256

© Historic England 1991. The National Heritage List for England entry contained in this material was obtained on 23/6/13. The most publicly available up to date National Heritage List Entries can be obtained from www.historicengland.org.uk



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