Building record MCC215 - 36 & 37 West Stockwell Street, Colchester


Early 16th century house.


Grid reference TL 99514 25505 (point)
Map sheet TL92NE


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RCHME survey of 36 & 37 Stockwell Street. 'Was built early in the 16th century and has a cross-wing at the N end. Inside the building are some original moulded joists and some 17th century doors of moulded battens. Condition- partly ruinous.'<1>

DOE survey of No 19 Northgate Street. Grade II. Also includes No 36 West Stockwell Street. Corner building early C16 origin, 2 storeys and attics, tiled roofs. Upper storey projects on north side. Ground floor C19 shop front east side.<2>

Ink wash drawing of Tudor House, Dutch Lane <1> House not clearly identified but likely to be 36 West Stockwell Street.<3>

Sources/Archives (3)

  • <1> Monograph: Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England. 1922. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England): Essex, (North-East). Volume III. p.62.
  • <2> LIST: Department of the Environment. 1971. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest: Borough of Colchester (Essex). p.96.
  • <3> COLLECTION / PARENT: Bale, J. E. (Major). 1837-1913. Bale Collection. COLEM 1967.69.4.

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Jan 31 2017 9:00AM

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