23 – 25 Friday Street

23
Friday Street
Henley-on-Thames
RG9 1AN

Nos 23/25 Friday Street was one of the primary, timber-framed buildings, known as the White Lion PH during the 19th century. Its side walls east and west walls were used to support the 18th-century dwellings carefully inserted by W. Bradshaw. It is a building of substantial framing, of L-shaped plan, with two bays built parallel to the street. It is of two and a half storey height and thus considerably taller than its neighbours, but also brick re-fronted with a 1744 dated brick confirming the documentary evidence.

Note: Part of a group of houses numbered 17 – 29 Friday Street
Grid Reference: SU761825
Parish: Henley-on-Thames
Surveyed in: 1990
Report written by: Ruth Gibson
Notes: Part of a group of houses numbered 17 – 29 Friday Street
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