23-25 King Street. An early 17th century house built with a central passage reflecting two medieval hall house plots. The rear crow-stepped gables are rare for King's Lynn. Refronted early in the 18th century the house was divided into two by 1810. In 1988/90 it was restored as one property.

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23-25 King Street, King's Lynn
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by Rotary Club of Kings Lynn Trinity in 2005

Colour: green

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