Three Old Arches is a building located at 48 Bridge Street, Chester, Cheshire, England. Together with the adjacent building at No. 50, it is designated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building. The buildings incorporate part of the Chester Rows. The stone frontage at the street and row levels of No. 48 is considered to be the earliest shop front still surviving in England. It was once the largest known medieval town house in the Chester Rows, and the stone-walled hall at the row level extending to No. 50 was the largest hall set parallel to the rows in Chester.
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Cheshire West and Chester