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Description: The Bell Public House
Date Listed: 2 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 157552
OS Grid Reference: TL0162003596
OS Grid Coordinates: 501620, 203596
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7219, -0.5302
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BOVINGDON HIGH STREET
TL 0103 (North side)
10/25 The Bell PH
House, now a Public House. Early C18, early C19 and 1982 rear extensions.
Painted brick front with a steep old red tile roof. Probably lightly
timber framed under plaster of S gable. A long 3-cells, 2 storeys,
internal chimney plan house facing W originally with lobby entry to
chimney a third from N end. Entrance now into S room with lower floor
level than rest. Narrow 2-storeys parallel rear extension with roughcast
upper floor and steep old red tile roof, not extending much N of main
chimney. Rear lateral external chimney to N part now capped off. Interior
has wide fireplace with timber lintel and oven in E jamb, chamfered axial
beams to ground floor, and exposed studs, wallplates and purlins in 1st
Listing NGR: TL0162003596
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Source: English Heritage
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