32 - 36 even BRIDGE STREET

Official listing   Nos 32 to 36 (even) grade II

No 32 is merely the rear wing. Nos 34 and 36 stuccoed front, 2 storeys, rusticated quoins, pantiles and 2

dormers, 3 sash windows in upper floor in moulded frames.


OCCUPANCY (some confusion with numbering)

No 32

See previous entry

No 34

2010                         Private

1887,73                    Fish & Game Dealer Frank Edwards (and Francis)

No 36

2010                         Private

1935                         Confectioner Mrs. Murray

No 38

2010                         Hairdresser Ministry of Design

1901census             26 Occupants 12 Purves 7 Taylor, 3 Thompson, 3 Lindsay 1 Brooker

1881                         Dressmaker Thomas Miller, formerly Mary Duffy

Bill from Smith and Co 36 Bridge Street 1850

Attic bedroom to No 32 (above MOD) Steeply pitched roof with exposed trusses, the tie beams have been heightened the original position being clear.

No 32 is the flat above MOD and is reached from the rear courtyard see No 30.


The steep pitched roof would suggest the building is pre 18th century.

Original shutters to front room No 32.


Early 19th century grate and modern surround to rear bedroom No 32