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timber-framed houses of Essex

Harry Forrester

timber-framed houses of Essex

a short review oftheir types and details 14th to 18th centuries.

by Harry Forrester

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Published by [Friends of Historic Essex] in [Chelmsford] .
Written in English


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Pagination94p. :
Number of Pages94
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Open LibraryOL19576894M

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Essex is first and foremost a county famed for its timber buildings, from the eleventh-century church at Greensted to the early and mighty barns at Cressing Temple, and a wealth of timber-framed medieval houses.

Last for now in my line of posts about timber-framed houses is Paycocke's, the beautiful merchant's house in Coggeshall, Essex. Paycocke's was built in for Thomas Paycocke, a member of a rich family of cloth merchants.

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