Soham

2 Sand Street Soham, Ely, Cambs

2
Sand Street
Soham, Ely, Cambs
Parish ID: 
23
Grade: 
II

Lodge built c1825 in cottage ornee style.

Brick, painted with thatched roof now covered in corrugated iron, with octagonal ridge stack. Deep eaves carried on wood posts with rustic bracing, forming a loggia. Main range with service wing to rear and small vestibule to front. One storey. Pointed arches to four casements on either side of doorway.

Keys: 
Lodge, cottage ornee
Period: 
E 19
List Date: 
17/11/83
Date: 
c1823
List Num: 
8/73
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
West
Wall material: 
Gault brick
Roof material: 
Thatch, corrugated iron
Refs: 
Lodge built c1825 in cottage ornee style. Brick, painted with thatched roof now covered in corrugated iron, with octagonal ridge stack. Deep eaves carried on wood posts with rustic bracing, forming a loggia. Main range with service wing to rear and small vestibule to front. One storey. Pointed arches to four casements on either side of doorway.
S Status: 
NONE
Other information: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
10/03/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 59467288
Easting: 
5594600
Northing: 
2728800
Latitude: 
52.330416486812
Longitude: 
0.34043532466576

29 & 31 Clay Street Soham, Cambs

29 & 31
Clay Street
Soham, Cambs
Parish ID: 
23
Grade: 
II

Two cottages, now one, late C18 or early C19.

Red and yellow gault brick, painted to front wall with steeply pitched roof of asbestos, originally thatched. End stacks. One storey and attics. Three C19 dormers with hung sashes of twelve panes each. Segmental arches to three hung sashes with flush frames, one of sixteen panes and two of twelve panes. One early C19 doorway with a reeded doorcase. Another also reeded and early C19 but with reused early C18 frieze of fruit and foliage with a cornice of shell motif, also early C18.

Keys: 
Cottage
Period: 
L 18 or E 19
List Date: 
17/11/83
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
13/44
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
South
Wall material: 
Local red brick, yellow gault brick
Roof material: 
Asbestos tile
Refs: 
Two cottages, now one, late C18 or early C19. Red and yellow gault brick, painted to front wall with steeply pitched roof of asbestos, originally thatched. End stacks. One storey and attics. Three C19 dormers with hung sashes of twelve panes each. Segmental arches to three hung sashes with flush frames, one of sixteen panes and two of twelve panes. One early C19 doorway with a reeded doorcase. Another also reeded and early C19 but with reused early C18 frieze of fruit and foliage with a cornice of shell motif, also early C18.
S Status: 
NONE
Other information: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
10/03/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 59177303
Easting: 
5591700
Northing: 
2730300
Latitude: 
52.331848258068
Longitude: 
0.33625379612528

3 & 5 Townsend Soham, Cambs

3 & 5
Townsend
Soham, Cambs
Parish ID: 
23
Grade: 
II

Cottage, dated 1687 on stone panel to base of stack.

Timber framed, cased in brick with thatched roof of combed wheat reed. End parapet on kneelers and narrow gault brick ridge stack with three diagonally set detached shafts. Of three bays and lobby entry plan. One storey and attics. Three dormers. Four casements. Doorway opposite the stack has a hood on scroll brackets and a late C18 doorcase and panelled door.

Keys: 
Cottage
Period: 
L 17. L 18
List Date: 
17/11/83
Date: 
1687
List Num: 
8/79
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
West
Wall material: 
Timber frame, gault brick
Roof material: 
Wheat reed thatch
Refs: 
Cottage, dated 1687 on stone panel to base of stack. Timber framed, cased in brick with thatched roof of combed wheat reed. End parapet on kneelers and narrow gault brick ridge stack with three diagonally set detached shafts. Of three bays and lobby entry plan. One storey and attics. Three dormers. Four casements. Doorway opposite the stack has a hood on scroll brackets and a late C18 doorcase and panelled door.
S Status: 
NONE
Other information: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
10/03/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 59077424
Easting: 
5590700
Northing: 
2742400
Latitude: 
52.342747601469
Longitude: 
0.33536019873016

33 & 35 Paddock Street Soham, Cambs

33 & 35
Paddock Street
Soham, Cambs
Parish ID: 
23
Grade: 
II

Row of cottages, now two dwellings, probably C17.

Timber framed, plaster rendered on plinth with thatched roof of combed wheat reed and with one ridge and one end stack. One storey and attics. Three gabled dormers. Three windows, including one horizontal sliding sash and three doors, one C19

Keys: 
Cottage
Period: 
17. 19
List Date: 
17/11/83
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
13/66
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
East
Wall material: 
Timber frame, render. Brick
Roof material: 
Wheat reed thatch
Refs: 
Row of cottages, now two dwellings, probably C17. Timber framed, plaster rendered on plinth with thatched roof of combed wheat reed and with one ridge and one end stack. One storey and attics. Three gabled dormers. Three windows, including one horizontal sliding sash and three doors, one C19
S Status: 
NONE
Other information: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
10/03/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 59477328
Easting: 
5594700
Northing: 
2732800
Latitude: 
52.334007069992
Longitude: 
0.34077175646436

34 & 36 Pratt Street Soham, Cambs

34 & 36
Pratt Street
Soham, Cambs
Parish ID: 
23
Grade: 
II

House, mid C16 with the exterior totally remodelled in c1800 when it was converted to a handed pair of villas.

Timber frame, completely cased in gault brick, with a parapetted roof of steep pitch covered with slates. Shaped ridge stack on site of original. Two storeys. Finely gauged grey brick arches to four recessed hung sashes of twelve panes each on either side of a blind window opening opposite the stack. Four similar windows at ground floor flank the two adjacent doorways with identical c1800 surrounds and flat hoods. The doors are c1950.

Inside. The timber framing is intact and the front and rear wall fanning is partially visible. The original ceiling has been exposed in No 34, and has particularly fine intersecting main beams carved with foliate ornament. The inglenook hearth is of narrow red brick which has been cased. No 36 has a good c1800 interior with raised and fielded panelling to the doors and below the dado. There are intersecting main beams, now boxed and a semi domed hood to a niche with round headed arch and shaped shelving.

The roof is of clasped, through purlin construction with collars between the principal rafters. Part of the original main beam is visible in a cupboard and has wide stop chamfers.

Keys: 
House
Period: 
M 16. L 18, M 20
List Date: 
17/11/83
Date: 
c1800
List Num: 
13/70
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
East
Wall material: 
Timber frame, gault brick
Roof material: 
Slate
Refs: 
House, mid C16 with the exterior totally remodelled in c1800 when it was converted to a handed pair of villas. Timber frame, completely cased in gault brick, with a parapetted roof of steep pitch covered with slates. Shaped ridge stack on site of original. Two storeys. Finely gauged grey brick arches to four recessed hung sashes of twelve panes each on either side of a blind window opening opposite the stack. Four similar windows at ground floor flank the two adjacent doorways with identical c1800 surrounds and flat hoods. The doors are c1950. Inside. The timber framing is intact and the front and rear wall fanning is partially visible. The original ceiling has been exposed in No 34, and has particularly fine intersecting main beams carved with foliate ornament. The inglenook hearth is of narrow red brick which has been cased. No 36 has a good c1800 interior with raised and fielded panelling to the doors and below the dado. There are intersecting main beams, now boxed and a semi domed hood to a niche with round headed arch and shaped shelving. The roof is of clasped, through purlin construction with collars between the principal rafters. Part of the original main beam is visible in a cupboard and has wide stop chamfers.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
10/03/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 59267361
Easting: 
5592600
Northing: 
2736100
Latitude: 
52.337032708663
Longitude: 
0.33784847114044

39 & 41 Sand Street Soham, Cambs

39 & 41
Sand Street
Soham, Cambs
Parish ID: 
23
Grade: 
II

Cottage, now two dwellings.

Early C17 with the facade remodelled and roof raised at the front in early C19. Timber framed, roughcast rendered, on brick sill with rebuilt gable end also of brick. Pantiled roof with C17 gault brick ridge stack and later end stack. Two storeys. Four early C19 hung sashes of sixteen panes in open boxing. Four similar windows at ground floor and two doorways, each with early C19 flat hood on shaped brackets.

Keys: 
Cottage
Period: 
E 17. E 19
List Date: 
17/11/83
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
8/76
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
East
Wall material: 
Timber frame, render. Gault brick
Roof material: 
Pantile
Refs: 
Cottage, now two dwellings. Early C17 with the facade remodelled and roof raised at the front in early C19. Timber framed, roughcast rendered, on brick sill with rebuilt gable end also of brick. Pantiled roof with C17 gault brick ridge stack and later end stack. Two storeys. Four early C19 hung sashes of sixteen panes in open boxing. Four similar windows at ground floor and two doorways, each with early C19 flat hood on shaped brackets.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
10/03/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 59697271
Easting: 
5596900
Northing: 
2727100
Latitude: 
52.328822361893
Longitude: 
0.34372727121043

48 High Street Soham, Cambs

48
High Street
Soham, Cambs
Parish ID: 
23
Grade: 
II

Two cottages, now one, forming an L-plan.

The front range was an open hall, C16, into which the floor and hearth were inserted in C17. In c1840 the facade was cased in gault brick. Timber framed, plaster rendered with plain tile roof and tall early C18 red and gault brick stack to the side of the ridge. Three bays and now with lobby entry plan. Three dormers and three recessed hung sashes with glazing bars. c1840 doorcase of fluted pilasters with plain entablature and dentil cornice. The rear, originally a separate cottage, is C17 and also timber framed and plaster rendered. Plain tile roof with ridge stack. Three bay plan.

Interior. Front range has inserted ceiling to the centre bay and small, offcentre inglenook with bread oven. The staircase is at the side of the stack and is early C19. Rear range has abutting inglenook hearths with a bread oven.

Keys: 
Cottage
Period: 
16. 17, M 19
List Date: 
17/11/83
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
13/63
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
East
Wall material: 
Timber frame, render. Gault brick, red brick
Roof material: 
Plain tile
Refs: 
Two cottages, now one, forming an L-plan. The front range was an open hall, C16, into which the floor and hearth were inserted in C17. In c1840 the facade was cased in gault brick. Timber framed, plaster rendered with plain tile roof and tall early C18 red and gault brick stack to the side of the ridge. Three bays and now with lobby entry plan. Three dormers and three recessed hung sashes with glazing bars. c1840 doorcase of fluted pilasters with plain entablature and dentil cornice. The rear, originally a separate cottage, is C17 and also timber framed and plaster rendered. Plain tile roof with ridge stack. Three bay plan. Interior. Front range has inserted ceiling to the centre bay and small, offcentre inglenook with bread oven. The staircase is at the side of the stack and is early C19. Rear range has abutting inglenook hearths with a bread oven.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
10/03/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 59417312
Easting: 
5594100
Northing: 
2731200
Latitude: 
52.332587111817
Longitude: 
0.33981595349399

5 Churchgate Street Ely, Cambs

5
Churchgate Street
Ely, Cambs
Parish ID: 
23
Grade: 
II

House and shops, early C16.

Four bays surviving from a row of early C16 shops with jettied first floor halls above. The timber framing is visible externally in the right hand gable end and shows the close studding. The front wall is cased in brick and the jetty is underbuilt also in brick. Steeply pitched roof now covered with asbestos tiles. Two storeys. The fenestration and doorways are all C20.

Interior. In four bays and a narrower bay, probably for a passage. The floor framing has early C16 double cyma moulding to all the main beams, except for those to the passageway which are unmoulded. At first floor, the posts have jowled heads, and upward bracing to the tie beams which are chamfered and stopped. The first floor was originally open to the roof. The posts have thickened heads and upward bracing to the tie beams which are chamfered and stopped. There is no evidence of any of the trusses being closed, except for the mortices in the tie beams to the narrow through passage bay.

The roof is of tenoned side purlin construction with the purlins in line. There are pairs of curved wind braces from the principal rafters to the purlin. The principal rafters are joined by collars and are halved and pegged at the apex. There is no evidence of smoke blackening. The halls were probably heated by side stacks which have since been removed.

Keys: 
House, shop
Period: 
E 16. 20
List Date: 
17/11/83
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
13/38
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
West
Wall material: 
Timber frame, red brick
Roof material: 
Asbestos tile
Refs: 
House and shops, early C16. Four bays surviving from a row of early C16 shops with jettied first floor halls above. The timber framing is visible externally in the right hand gable end and shows the close studding. The front wall is cased in brick and the jetty is underbuilt also in brick. Steeply pitched roof now covered with asbestos tiles. Two storeys. The fenestration and doorways are all C20. Interior. In four bays and a narrower bay, probably for a passage. The floor framing has early C16 double cyma moulding to all the main beams, except for those to the passageway which are unmoulded. At first floor, the posts have jowled heads, and upward bracing to the tie beams which are chamfered and stopped. The first floor was originally open to the roof. The posts have thickened heads and upward bracing to the tie beams which are chamfered and stopped. There is no evidence of any of the trusses being closed, except for the mortices in the tie beams to the narrow through passage bay. The roof is of tenoned side purlin construction with the purlins in line. There are pairs of curved wind braces from the principal rafters to the purlin. The principal rafters are joined by collars and are halved and pegged at the apex. There is no evidence of smoke blackening. The halls were probably heated by side stacks which have since been removed.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
10/03/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 59317328
Easting: 
5593100
Northing: 
2732800
Latitude: 
52.334053557459
Longitude: 
0.33842532829012

6 Churchgate Street Soham, Cambs

6
Churchgate Street
Soham, Cambs
Parish ID: 
23
Grade: 
II

Originally a handed pair of houses, c1840, now house and shop.

Grey, gault brick with hipped, slate roof and two ridge stacks. Two storeys. Range of four recessed hung sashes with glazing bars. Doorway to house has original doorcase of narrow pilaster strips with plain entablature. Door of flush panels with rectangular fanlight.

Keys: 
House, shop
Period: 
M 19
List Date: 
17/11/83
Date: 
c1840
List Num: 
13/40
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
East
Wall material: 
Grey gault brick
Roof material: 
Slate
Refs: 
Originally a handed pair of houses, c1840, now house and shop. Grey, gault brick with hipped, slate roof and two ridge stacks. Two storeys. Range of four recessed hung sashes with glazing bars. Doorway to house has original doorcase of narrow pilaster strips with plain entablature. Door of flush panels with rectangular fanlight.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
Included for group value.
Entry Rec: 
10/03/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 59357323
Easting: 
5593500
Northing: 
2732300
Latitude: 
52.333592753339
Longitude: 
0.33898822753464

6 High Street Soham, Cambs

6
High Street
Soham, Cambs
Parish ID: 
23
Grade: 
II

House, c1830.

Gault brick with low pitch hipped, slate roof and end stacks. Double pile plan with service and workshop range at rear. Two storeys. Symmetrical elevation of three recessed hung sashes each of sixteen panes. Central doorway with wood doorcase of fluted pilasters with plain entablature.

Keys: 
House, workshop
Period: 
E 19
List Date: 
17/11/83
Date: 
c1830
List Num: 
8/61
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
East
Wall material: 
Gault brick
Roof material: 
Slate
Refs: 
House, c1830. Gault brick with low pitch hipped, slate roof and end stacks. Double pile plan with service and workshop range at rear. Two storeys. Symmetrical elevation of three recessed hung sashes each of sixteen panes. Central doorway with wood doorcase of fluted pilasters with plain entablature.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
Included for group value only.
Entry Rec: 
10/03/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 59467294
Easting: 
5594600
Northing: 
2729400
Latitude: 
52.330955510484
Longitude: 
0.3404637891529

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