This row of 17th century houses with timber framed
upper floors and flint rubble rear walls was heightened
in the 18th century. No 98-100 were the residence of
a wool merchant and the houses were occupied by
families of weavers. Originally there would have been
back gardens but in the 19th century these were built
on with tenements and the houses fell into disrepair.
Now restored to residential use they provide the model
for the Trust's logo.