7 and 8 King Street are a pair of historic houses situated on King Street in Bristol, England.
|7 and 8 King Street|
|Town or city||Bristol|
|Coordinates||51°27′06″N 2°35′37″W / 51.4518°N 2.5937°W|
|Structural system||Timber frame|
They date from 1665. During restoration in 1976 it was found that recycled ships timbers had been used for much of the oak studding and bracing in the buildings, and barrel staves had been used as laths. The oriel window of number 7 is an original feature, whilst the windows of number 8 were replaced during the eighteenth century.
7 and 8 King Street have been designated by English Heritage as a grade II* listed building.
8 King Street Bristol, published in 1832 in a printed broadside entitled 'The Bribery Box', now in the collections of the Bristol Central Library