Large house, formerly two, now (Jan 1992) surgery and flat, with 2 shops, at end of row on corner with Tolzey Lane. Early C16, but a third storey added in C17, and all extensively restored c1865 by Thomas Collins, the builder/restorer, who used it as his own residence. A photograph of 1932 (Ross) shows the building still without the shop fronts, which, however, look like late C19 designs.

Facts & Stats on Cross House

Names
Cross House
IDs
575085 Go Historic
1201228 Grade II* listed building
National Grid Reference
SO 89264 32698

Listed Building Description of Cross House

TEWKESBURY

SO8932 CHURCH STREET 859-1/6/155 (North side) 04/03/52 Nos.107 AND 108 Cross House (Formerly Listed as: CHURCH STREET (North side) Cross House)

GV II*

Large house, formerly two, now (Jan 1992) surgery and flat, with 2 shops, at end of row on corner with Tolzey Lane. Early C16, but a third storey added in C17, and all extensively restored c1865 by Thomas Collins, the builder/restorer, who used it as his own residence. A photograph of 1932 (Ross) shows the building still without the shop fronts, which, however, look like late C19 designs. Close-studded timber-framing with rails, plaster panels, tile roofs, brick stacks. PLAN: a broad parallel-plan street front with 2 lower front gables to steeply-pitched transverse roof to high end gables has a long 3-gabled return following the curve of Tolzey Lane, to the right...

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