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60 EASTGATE STREET
County: Cheshire West And Chester Tim Belcher
Copyright:  Tim Belcher
District: CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER
Parish: CHESTER
Monument Number: ( SJ 46 NW 345 )
POST MEDIEVAL   TOWN HOUSE   1760 - 1780
20TH CENTURY   COMMERCIAL OFFICE   -
20TH CENTURY   SHOP   -
A town house of circa 1770, erected at the same time as the present Eastage to a plan of either Joseph Turner of Hawarden or Mr Heyden, Surveyor of Buildings for Lord Grosvenor. Now a building society office and third storey shop, the structure is rendered, possibly over brick, and stone dressed with a grade grey slate roof. It is of three storeys plus cellar and roof attic. At street level there is a Tuscan colonnade and there is no Row walkway.

Sources
List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest
Chester, 06-AUG-1998
The Rows of Chester: the Chester Rows Research ProjectEdited by Andrew Brown