Record Details

NHER Number:46398
Type of record:Building
Name:8, White Hart Street


8 White Hart Street has its origins in the 16th century, but the building that is now visible dates to the early 19th century when it was converted to a shop and house. It is built from flint and some clunch, with brick dressings and a 19th century gault brick façade. To the right of the façade is an early 19th century bowed shop front with seven panes in five tiers. The two storey building has a black-glazed pantile roof and two early 18th century first floor sash windows at the rear. The building is now a shop and offices.

Images - none


Grid Reference:TL 8693 8321
Map Sheet:TL88SE

Full description

8 White Hart Street. Listed 1971, grade II.
House, now shop and offices. Origins probably 16th century but now early 19th century and later. Façade early 19th century. Flint, some clunch and brick dressings. Gault brick façade. Roof of pantiles, black-glazed to façade. Two storeys. Façade consists of a six-panelled door to left within panelled and fielded reveals and under a three-vaned fanlight. To right is an early 19th century bowed shop front with seven panes in five tiers. One 6/6 sash window to first floor. Dentil eaves cornice. Rear with two early 18th century first-floor sash windows with 6/6 glazing bars.
Information from (S1).

Monument Types

  • HOUSE (Medieval to Post Medieval - 1500 AD to 1799 AD?)
  • HOUSE (Post Medieval - 1800 AD? to 1900 AD?)
  • SHOP (Post Medieval to Modern - 1800 AD? to 2050 AD)
  • OFFICE (Cold War to Modern - 1950 AD? to 2050 AD)

Associated Finds - none

Protected Status

  • Listed Building

Sources and further reading

<S1>Scheduling record: English Heritage. List of Buildings of Historical and Architectural Interest.

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