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10 MARKET PLACE

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Early 18th century house, now a Post Office. Built of brick in Flemish bond with gauged red brick dressings and details. The parapetted roof has swept end parapets and original end stacks. The three-storey house has a double pile main range with a kitchen wing at the rear. The facade is symmetrical and is framed by giant corner pilasters, dentil main cornice and divided by moulded brick bands. The late 18th century addtion to the rear has a 19th century, lean-to roof and an original panelled door.

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