Roads & Properties

No 10

Yin Yan Sanctuary

1980s Glastonbury Galleries; Boots Chemists; 1894 window for Barrett Bros; Possible site of medieval Court House, Market Hall and Gaol.

1844 Tythe No 379 White Hart Inn owned by Jas Bassett Moorhouse and occupied by Alex Bailey White hotel keeper and farmer

Part of the same frontage with No 8. 3 storeys. Paired brick. Rusticated quoins to left. 3 windows. Stepped and chamfered voussoirs and segmental heads to 1st floor windows. Paired or single sashes in moulded surrounds, some glazing bars. Victorian shop-front on left. Double-fronted, under moulded and fretted cornice. 3-light shop-windows to each side with gothic tops. Floriated spandrels. Slender colonnettes with floriated capitals. Paired 1 scrollwork over. Wrought-iron scrolled cresting over shop-front. To right is carriage entry with segmental arch and rusticated surround.

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