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Description: The Ostrich Public House with Attached Cottage at East
Date Listed: 19 October 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 221882
OS Grid Reference: TF8161915164
OS Grid Coordinates: 581619, 315164
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7037, 0.6867
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CASTLE ACRE STOCKS GREEN (north side)
11/14 The Ostrich Public
19.10.51. House with cottage
attached at east.
Public house. C18 and C19 front on earlier core. Flemish bond red brick, red
pantiles. Rubble flint with brick dressed west gable. 2 storeys, 5 windows,
2 wings at right angles at rear. 3 ground and 3 first floor irregularly spaced
3-light C19 Holkham estate cast-iron casements with glazing bars under cambered
arches. 2 blocked first floor windows. b,1900 off-centre door with 2 arched
upper glazed lights, rectangular fanlight. Off-centre boarded door carriage
entrance. First floor plat-band. End gable first floor moulded kneelers
suggesting line of earlier jettied first floor. 3 attic gabled 2-light cast-
iron casement dormer windows. Eaves kneelers, brick coped parapets with 2
end gable stacks. Carriage entrance has 2 chamfered stopped tranverse beams,
crude joists,2 storey flint wing at west. 2 storey brick wing at east has
exposed through purlin roof with wind bracing. 2 window 2 storey cottage
attached at east, c.1900 details.
Listing NGR: TF8161915164
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Source: English Heritage
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