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Description: Pall Tavern with Stables to Rear
Date Listed: 12 October 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 261447
OS Grid Reference: ST5573816090
OS Grid Coordinates: 355738, 116090
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9425, -2.6314
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ST5516SE YEOVIL CP SILVER STREET (East side)
5/109 No 15
(Pall Tavern) with stables to rear
Inn, rebuilt in 1856, possibly using some earlier material. Brick, colourwashed,
with double Roman clay tile roof 3-storeys in a plain Georgian style of 3-wide
bays. Central 6-Panel entrance door with simple stone surround and flat hood,
16-pane sash windows on either side in plain openings with flat gauged brick
arches over: three 16-pane windows to first floor, three 12 pane-windows to
second floor: all windows fitted with modern false shutters. Plain verges to
gables, brick stacks each end. To north (Market Street) side a modern 3-storey
extension of middle C20. Interior much altered at ground floor level, remainder
not inspected. Inn sign on North West corner wrought iron bracket of interest.
Attached to rear the stables, probably also an 1856 rebuild. Large 2-storey
brick building, colourwashed on front with double Roman clay tiles, the North
gable having a coping, there being a brick stack at the opposite end. Originally
6-bays (only 4 now visible). 16-pane sash windows to both floors, except bay 2
ground floor which has large chamfered brick arch with modern infill: above is a
15-pane glazed door. The sundry links and extensions of little interest.
Interior not inspected.
Listing NGR: ST5574416086
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Source: English Heritage
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