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Heritage Portfolio

Bradshaw House

About the Project

Bradshaw House is a well preserved grade II listed building in Congleton, built in circa 1820. The classically arranged main facade is typically late Georgian/Regency in style. A blue plaque fixed to the front wall of the steps commemorates that the current building occupies the site of John Bradshaw's house, who was president of the court which condemned Charles 1st to death. A statement of significance was required to inform on the impacts of internal changes to the building.