Almshouses, Station Road, Church End, Shustoke
Three stone-built almshouses which were constructed during the Post Medieval period for poor people to live in. They are situated in Station Road, Church End.
1 A row of three small, stone built Almshouses, of one storey with attics, with gabled dormers in the tiled roof. They have square headed doorways with oak frames, and small, two light windows.
2 Date of building: 1712. But there is an alternative theory that these were built in 1699, the date of the plaque on the adjoining school wall.
3 Photographed in 1977.