Swan Street/New Street Corner

Swan Street/New Street Corner

A survivor of The Great Fire of 1694, this elegant building on the corner of New Street and Swan Street, was built in 1634.

The upper floors have shallow jetties on both sides, and with it's multi-gabling, herring-bone framing on the first floor and curved and diagonal braces in the attic dormers, it is one of the more ornamental buildings of it's period in Warwick.

Address
Swan Street, Warwick
Car Park
New Street
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