Late C16 or early C17 timber framed cottage with whitewashed brick nogging, old tiled roof. Large modern Tudor style additions in keeping. Original structure 1 storey and attic, 2 gabled dormers. Leaded casement windows.
Early C17 country house in grounds. Elaborately patterned timber framework, whitewashed plaster infilling. Tiled roof with 5 irregular gables oversailing on console brackets. 2 storeys and attics, lattice casement windows.
Fine C15 stone church. Nave with clerestory, chancel, aisles, west tower, north transept. Modern vestries north of chancel, 1900, with organ chamber. Collegiate church connected with the Guild or College of Saint Anne, 1416-1547. C15 octagonal font, choir stalls with misericords, restored chancel screen, reset piscinae and sedilia. C18 and C19 wall tablets.
Late C16 house altered circa 1900. Timber frame under colour washed roughcast. Tiled roof gabled at back. 2 storeys, casement windows. Red brick early chimeystack with arched panel. Some exposed internal beams.
C17. Whitewashed brick, old tiled roof with 4 gabled casement dormers, 2 lattice, 2 with glazing bars. 1 storey and half attics, 1st floor band. Modern ground floor casement and bay windows. Gabled modern porch to No 78.
Early C19. Red brick, old tiled roof with dentil brick cornice. 2 storeys, 3 window centre, 1 storey 2 window wing on left. 1st floor band. Sashes with glazing bars under stucco keyblocks and stucco faced lintels.
Carefully restored timber framed house. 3 parts: north wing once a separate hall house, built circa 1500, south wing another separate house of 2 storeys circa 1400; central hall belonging to south house rebuilt circa 1600 when both houses combined into single dwelling.
One building. C17, altered. Square timber framing, modern stucco on right. Roof mainly of old tiles with 3 gabled lattice casement dormers. Red brick nogging, 1 storey and attics, 4 recessed shop bow windows.
C18. Red brick, hipped old tiled roof with dentil brick cornice. 3 storeys, 1 nearly flush casement windows, ground and lot floor cambered relieving arches, ground floor wood lintel on right. 6 fielded panelled door, modern Georgian style surround of reeded pilasters supporting entablature.
C18 remodelling of end of Cl5 Guild House. Colour washed roughcast, old tiled roof with painted brick corbelled cornice. 2 storeys, sash windows with glazing bars. 6 panel door in surround with open pediment.
C15 with 1912 front in Cl5 style. Heavy timber frame with fairly close set studding. Old and machine tiled roof. Casement windows. 2 storeys. Eight side elevation has diagonal bracing. Guild of St Anne founded 1413.