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Description: The White Horse Public House
Date Listed: 9 May 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 281117
OS Grid Reference: TL9341763290
OS Grid Coordinates: 593417, 263290
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2338, 0.8310
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TL 96 SW BEYTON THE GREEN, BURY ROAD
4/14 The White Horse Public
Public house, early C19 with core of 1694 or earlier. Painted brick, all but
the right hand bay encasing timber-framing. Pantiled roofs: one gabled
casement dormer. Various plastered chimneys: one axial chimney in the rear
wing has a sunk panel with the date 1694. 2 storeys and attics. 3 windows.
Early C19 windows with cambered heads: 3-light horizontally sliding casements
with small panes (some mid C20 casements and a splayed bay at ground storey).
Cl9 fielded panelled entrance door: a flat C20 canopy extends over the bay
window. To left and adjacent to Church Road is a timber-framed C17 crosswing
much remodelled in C19, with strongly jowled principal posts and other framing
members exposed. This may be of 1694, but the chimney of this date may be
intruded into an earlier C17 building. A flint-walled C19 extension to rear
was incorporated with the earlier wing in C20 to form an occasions room.
Listing NGR: TL9341763290
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Source: English Heritage
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