Weeting Row

Described by English Heritage as: Terrace of 10 dwellings. C18 and C19. Colourwashed brick with continuous thatched roof. One and a half storeys. 2-light casements and doorways beneath segmental arches. 10 eyebrow dormers to facade and approximately 20 gabled dormers to rear. Gable-end stacks and 6 axial stacks. Continuous outshut to rear. The row is reputed to be the longest continuous thatched row of houses in England

The Row, drawn by Alma Moore


The houses are in private occupation, but the frontage can be easily seen from the village green.