Description: Queens Head Inn
Date Listed: 25 October 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 285612
OS Grid Reference: TM3997073788
OS Grid Coordinates: 639970, 273788
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3097, 1.5189
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TM 37 SE BRAMFIELD THE STREET (west side)
9/17 Queen's Head Inn
Public House. North wing C16, south wing probably late C17 but considerably
rebuilt late C18; both wings renovated 1982-83. North wing: timber framed and
plastered, some painted brick casing, pantiled roof; single storey and attic;
various casement windows, 2 modern doors, one dormer under catslide roof, gable
end stack; lean-to extension extending forward to left hand side. South wing:
part painted brick, part timber framed and plastered; roof with plaintiles to
south and pantiles to north; 2 storeys; 3 window range, mainly casements,
segmental arches; doorway with 4-panel door; plaster cove eaves cornice,
internal and gable end stacks. Interior much altered, the north wing retaining
2 blocked diamond mullion windows.
Listing NGR: TM3997073788
Source: English Heritage
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