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173 High Street

Type:Historic Site / Building

Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, HP4 3HB

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Grade II* listed 13th century timber framed building, thought to be one of the oldest shops in England.

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* By prior arrangement with Claire Lloyd Properties (tel: 01442 879996), plus Heritage Open Days in September.

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