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In the High Street, not far distant from the church, is the old Crown Inn, which probably dates from about 1620, but was refronted in the 19th century.Although the house is much restored, old ceiling beams and some early 17th-century panelling remain. 14) and one branch acquired Coleshill Manor (q.v.).The front of Tresco House is of 18th-century brick, but the main building was probably erected in the early 17th century. 61 in the High Street, an early 16th-century half-timbered house altered and heightened in the 17th century, preserves an old brick chimney with four octagonal shafts. One of the most interesting houses in Amersham from the architectural standpoint is No. It is a 15th-century house consisting of a hall of one story with a west wing which was enlarged in the 16th century, the central chimney stack of four semi-octagonal shafts being then added.The original timber work with brick nogging can be seen in the west end. Not far off is a house of later date, probably of the 18th century, the Firs, in the occupation of Dr. In the next century an east wing was built and part of the hall demolished.They lay at ease in their high pews, with their hats on, and neither knelt at the Litany nor bowed at the name of Jesus. 8) One John Foster, appointed to the rectory in 1544, (fn.
15) who are also represented to-day by a farm bearing their name.
Another old inn on the south side of Broadway is the 'Wyvern' or 'Griffin,' (fn.
16) restored or largely rebuilt in the late 17th century, though part of the out-buildings are of earlier date.
This house, probably of the early 17th century, has been plastered in modern times and otherwise altered.
Besides the inns already mentioned there are a number of old houses in the main street.