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Description: The Bell Inn
Date Listed: 10 November 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 249449
OS Grid Reference: SU2890495548
OS Grid Coordinates: 428904, 195548
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6580, -1.5835
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GREAT FARINGDON MARKET PLACE
3/59 No 13 (The Bell Inn)
(formerly listed as Bell
Early C18 roughcast refacing of C17 inn. 2-storey and attic. Steep pitched
roof, stone tiled to front with east end stack and ridge stack. 3 dormers.
Deep coved eaves cornice. Chamfered angle quoins. East side of front slightly
canted. 5 windows to main range, 2 to east side. Exposed box glazing bar
sashes with thick bars. To ground floor 1 tripartite sash window to east side.
Main range central former carriage entrance with C16 to C17 moulded jambs and
large C18 panelled doors. To each side a 3-sided splayed bay window with ogee
roof and glazing bar sash windows. Large bell on iron bracket. West end:
rubble stone with 3-light stone mullioned ground floor window. Rear: modern
tiled roof, roughcast with truncated stack at west rear gable. 2 rear wings,
west range mostly painted rubble stone and including 2-storey, 2-window cottage
with stone tiled roof and large rear wall stack. East range mostly painted
brick C18 to C19.
Listing NGR: SU2890495548
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Source: English Heritage
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