Built probably around 1500 for an unknown owner, this must have been quite a grand house, its long rubblestone façade straddling two medieval plots
The stone archway to the street is late 14th-century, and though it may have been reset, parts of the house are medieval.
A substantial house occupied this large site by 1665, when it had at least 10 fireplaces.
In 1552 this may have been the half burgage-plot belonging to Thomas Chadwell of Little Barrington (Glos.).
Beams and a 16th-century doorhead with a four-centred arch, both in the side passage, suggest a medieval origin for this house, but no details are
Behind the 18th-century ashlar façade, rebuilt in the 1970s after a collapse, is a 5-bay late medieval house, whose roof has principal-rafter truss
In origin this is probably a small 17th-century cottage (cf. Nos.
A building here was probably occupied by a tailor in 1861, but was apparently demolished soon after: in 1901 the plot was vacant, with a wall in fr
This 2½-storey house is of 17th-century origin, with early 18th-century window openings standing proud of the rendered façade.
High Street (east): No. 67 (Former Dolphin Inn) Gazetteer