34 High Street, Winchester

Nos. 33 and 34 High Street, Winchester, are a classic pair of late-medieval shops standing at right angles to the street, dating to 1459-63. Behind a pentice, or covered walkway beneath a jetty, is a shop bay and then an open hall crossed by a gallery. Internal passages run the length of both buildings. The roofs have clasped purlins, undiminished principal rafters, queen struts, and curved windbraces. It is illustrated in Lewis et al 1988, p 65. (Miles and Haddon-Reece 1996, VA 27, list 72)

 

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