No 33 is a detached, brick constructed three storey
building with Dutch gable ends, under a dual pitched
pantile roof, dating back to the early 18th Century.
The property can be integrated into a single unit or provide two commercial units and a residential dwelling.
The sash windows have been fully restored and the
dormer windows replaced as part of the building
refurbishment. In addition the roof has been renovated
with new lead flashings , insulation to full environmental
standards, and two conservation windows installed to give
further natural light and new guttering. The associated
ceiling has been lime plastered to full conservation
standards. Repointing of the brickwork has also been
A new side door has been installed for access to the upper
floors, formerly a 4 bedroom apartment. This would create
a lovely 3 bedroom unit with a large top floor "loft style"
reception room with vaulted ceilings with original beams
and a kitchen/breakfast room. The original dumb waiter
serves the ground and first floors.
The original rear single storey extensions have been
demolished and Planning and Listed Building Consents
have been granted for replacing the single storey
extension and for the following Uses approved: A1, A2,
B1a and D1 Classes.
Planning was granted on 21st April 2016 (Reference
DC/16/08666/COU) for; "Change of Use of ground floor to
a flexible use comprising A1 Shops, A2 Financial and
Professional services, B1a offices, and D1 clinic.
Demolition of the outbuildings and rear lean-to extension
completed whilst retaining the boundary wall. The
development of a single storey extension, continuation of
the existing boundary wall along the Northern boundary.
Insertion of the two conservation lights completed and
removal of some of the walls on the 2nd floor. Opening up
and installation of a floor in the service hatch on the first
floor, introduction of a partition to third floor stairs. All
contract conditions have been completed and final full