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White Friars House or Akrill’s Court, Lincoln

Reference Name MLI70136

White Friars House or Akrill’s Court, Lincoln

White Friars House or Akrill’s Court, 333 High Street Lincoln is a 15th century timber-framed house.


The south front of a 15th century house now used as a furniture shop. It is probably part of the half-timbered vicarage of St Mary le Wigford Church. {1}{2}{3}

Formerly known as Whitefriars or Akrill's Court, this 15th century house, is now a shop. It was restored and refronted in the late 20th century. It has a close studded timber frame with rendered nogging and a plain tile roof. There is a coved first floor jetty. On the south side there are moulded uprights. There is a window with wooden mullions and, on the first floor, 3 square wooden oriel windows with tracery and on moulded brackets. Inside the building there are original stud walls and the wooden roof timbers are also probably original. For the full description and the legal address of this listed building please refer to the appropriate List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. {4}

1 Scheduling record: MINISTRY OF WORKS. MOW 819. -
2 Bibliographic reference: PARKERS DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE. -
3 Scheduling record: HBMC. 1988. AM 107. SAM 23
4 Index: Department of Culture, Media and Sport. Dec 1999. Revised List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. 1941-1/14/176

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