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Description: The Bull and Crown Public House
Date Listed: 24 February 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 206884
OS Grid Reference: TQ3857694276
OS Grid Coordinates: 538576, 194276
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6302, 0.0008
TQ 39 SE THE GREEN
The Bull and Crown Public
Large public house. 1898. Red brick, buff terracotta. Tall slated mansard roofs
to eaves. Second Empire style. 2 storeys plus heavy dormer storey. 4 bays, outer
ones advanced slightly, linked by further advanced ground floor canopy, supported
by square Corinthian panelled piers. Square-headed mullioned and transomed terra-
cotta architraved windows of 2 and 3 lights, those to outer bays pilastered.
Heavy modillion cornice. Two tiers of dormers to outer bays, the upper within
pedimented round-headed windows. Single tier to inner bays, with small semi-
circular pediments. Crowning finials to dormer pediments. Terracotta balustrade
to colonnade and to outer bays above cornice. Interior not seen.
Listing NGR: TQ3857694276
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Source: English Heritage
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