Blue plaque № 5068 in Weaverham

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12 High Street C17
Listed Grade 2, the building was originally a barn converted to housing and sometime commercial use. It is a timber-framed building with brick nogging, standing on a tall irregular stone base. Evidence of a thatched roof existed until the 1960s. The property is referred to in Ormerod's 'History of Cheshire' (pub. 1819) as a 'pretty place of courtyards'."
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  • Location: 12 High Street
  • Parish: Weaverham
  • Unitary Authority: Cheshire West and Chester Council
  • Unitary Authority Ward (UTW): Weaver and Cuddington
  • UK Parliament Constituency: Weaver Vale
  • Region: North West
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