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Salisbury, Silver St, 48-52 | by Clanger's England
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Salisbury, Silver St, 48-52

C15/C16 4 storeys triple gabled front. Timber frame with second floor oversailing. No 48 has tile hung second floor, mathematical tiles to first floor. Nos 50 - 52 formerly stuccoed and tile hung with modern 2 light transomed leaded casements and canted bay. No 48 has one window in gable .and 2 on first and second floors, flush framed sashes, round headed in gable. Modern shop fronts. To right hand of No 48 is passage entry to St Thomas's Church Yard and the south porch of Church. The entry is framed by stout Doric pilasters carrying a 3 centred arch with moulded architrave and moulded and scrolled keystone, painted, plain wrought iron gates, all early C18. Similar archway to rear, facing church, with plain Cl8 rails extending out each side. Rear elevations, modern tile hanging to Nos 50 and 52, earlier to No 48 which has flush framed sashes. The passage roof has exposed beans. Dragon beam to first floor No 52. Roof structure partly intact. EH Listing

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Taken on November 13, 2011