More Victorian redbrick

And here’s a building not too far from St Mary’s but with more of a nod to the Tudor, with those small, leaded upper windows, imposing central “gable” with crest and large bay window. I like the banding in the arches and above the first floor windows; shame about the added bay window at the far end;kind of ruins the symmetry. Handily the building is dated (in that shield) to 1866. But what was it used for? Clearly not domestic, but possibly some kind of mews or workshop perhaps. Hmmm…

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