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House and shop, Eastover south side. Rendered. Pantile roof behind parapet. Forward-facing sash windows witout horns, those on first floor are 6/6, above are 3/6. In poor structural condition and unoccupied.
Eastover, south side. Modern shop, timber sash windows with thick astragals. In good condition externally.
Eastover, south side, large shop. Staggered Flemish bond, parapet, metal window frames with leaded lights, central projecting section with two flagpoles. Merit
House, now part of The White Hart, Eastover. Painted render under a oversailing roof with plain eaves. Casement windows with margin lights, some opening. On the ground floor, there is a symmetrical the light window divided by masonry uprights and containing small panes of glass. Flat stone doorcase. Merit
House, now part of The White Hart Hotel, Eastover. Asymmetrical front with white painted render under a slate roof with parapet. Divided-light sash windows with blind window to left and above doorway. to right is a possible carriage opening, now shuttered up. Vegetation in gutter and on roof, the right hand section of which is in poor condition. Merit
House, shop and accessway, Eastover. Painted render. Parapet and moulded cornice. Single pane sashes with horns symmetrically disposed. Quoins. On the ground floor to the left an accessway has been formed by inserting RSJs . To the right, two reaeded pilasters surmounted by reeded cornices form the shopfront, now boarded up. Vegetation growing to right over pavement. Merit
Rear of The White Hart Eastover
Shop Eastover south side. Painted poor render over brick, parapet, shallow pantile roof. Stepped voussoirs over windows. Merit
No 34 Eastover. Flemish bond brick, cornice & parapet. Stone bands along sill line. Curved hood moulds supported on 3 dentils cf Hooks. Merit
No 36 Eastover. Well-proportioned shopfront with doorcase to left with overlight. Merit
Shop, formerly Hooks, Eastover. Flemish-bond smooth red brick. Projecting course at upper sill height. Divided lights to sash windows with segmented arches above. Merit
Eastover former Hooks. Hood moulds with dressed dentils c.f. No 34 Eastover. Divided two light sash windows with horns. Merit
No 26 Eastover. Staggered single Roman tiles, projecting eaves over two plain corbels. Merit
No 24 Eastover. English bond brickwork. Four pilasters with plain caps. Moulded cornice in stone. Sill course in brick. Parapet. Carved corbel to shopfront on left. Probably late Victorian. Merit
Former Woolworth's and adjacent Eastover. Though modern, has some merit through symmetrical front and quality of brickwork in English bond. Mock pseudo-sash windows revert to an older style and look out-of-place on building to right.
No . 14 Eastover. Painted Flemish bond brick. Concrete coping to parapet , with no sign of pitched roof. Concrete lintels over modern windows. No merit.

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