Buildings

Martham has a wealth of variety in its buildings from Georgian mansions to humble cottages, shops and businesses along the way. The earliest date to the 16th century and some have fallen into disrepair and have been demolished. I have tried to bring together a selection of them here. Click on any of the following to go to an individual page or pdf file for them. After the list there is a photograph album of about 120 properties (over three pages) from around the village. Use your mouse to hover over any photo and see its title or click on any one to zoom in and from there you can scroll through them all.

Name begins with:
B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T V W Y

Nos.
26 The Green (Chapman’s Butchers/The Walnuts)
60 to 70 White Street
148 Repps Road


B
Baptist Church
Blackthorn Cottage, Somerton Road
Bottle Hall Cottages, off Repps Road
Bracey’s Drainage Mill/windpump, Riverside
Brooklyn House, The Green see also the Royal Oak PH

P
Pitcher’s Store, 52 Repps Road
Police House, 66 Repps Road
Poplars, 64 Repps Road
Post Offices, (Repps Road and The Green)
Prior’s Manor of Martham
Pyman’s Store

V
Vicarage, Black Street
Victoria Inn, Repps Road
Village Hall, White Street (a.k.a The Institute)

W
Walnuts, The
White House, The Green
White Street, 60 to 70 (evens)
Wildernes, 30 Repps Road
Windmill House, 54 Repps Road

Y
Yew Tree Cottage, Back Lane
Youth Hostel, Damgate

Photograph Album

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