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6 Walmgate

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This property was rebuilt in the late 18th century on an L-shaped plan interlocking with an early 18th century wing which was part of No. 8. It was one of two messuages acquired in 1779 by Joseph Hick, blacksmith, and Martin and James Crofts, plumbers and glaziers, and had a blacksmith’s shop, with a granary above it. The property was let to Thomas Todd, tallow-chandler, and later to Thomas Goodell, peruke-maker, who then bought it in 1797. The upper floors were merged with No. 8 and have now been converted into residential flats.

The Trust acquired this property in 1992, at a time when it was in serious risk of being demolished on the grounds that it was unsafe. The City Planning Office did not accept this and took professional advice, which is when the Trust became interested in the property. The ground floor is currently let to estate agents.

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