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Description: Bay Horse Inn and Orchard House
Date Listed: 6 October 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 323625
OS Grid Reference: SE0066943862
OS Grid Coordinates: 400669, 443862
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8909, -1.9913
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SUTTON ELLERS ROAD
6.10.69 Bay Horse Inn and
in part as
Public house and house, C17 extended and refronted 1784. Hammer-dressed stone with
stone slate roof. Two storeys and 4 windows, all 3-light stepped square mullion
windows. Plain doorways, but that to Orchard House has a small open pediment over;
that to the Bay Horse is now concealed by a modern forebuilding, but has
"1784 R Harper" inscribed over. The rear wall of Orchard House has 2 double chamfered
stone mullion windows, now of one light to first floor and 2 lights to ground floor
(which have an ovolo moulding). Hoodmould to ground floor. Over a doorway is a stone
with raised lettering "ROBERT HARPER" and a date said to have read 1659. Three
Inside Orchard House the roof is composed of 2 massive king-post trusses with
stop-chamfered purlins, and 3 heavily pegged intermediate collars, all 5 with bracing
to the ridge.
Listing NGR: SE0066943862
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Source: English Heritage
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