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The Ship Inn

A Grade II Listed Building in Levington, Suffolk

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.0045 / 52°0'16"N

Longitude: 1.2546 / 1°15'16"E

OS Eastings: 623479

OS Northings: 239012

OS Grid: TM234390

Mapcode National: GBR VPY.60K

Mapcode Global: VHLC1.PWL6

Entry Name: The Ship Inn

Listing Date: 20 May 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1030423

English Heritage Legacy ID: 286181

Location: Levington, Suffolk Coastal, Suffolk, IP10

County: Suffolk

District: Suffolk Coastal

Civil Parish: Levington

Traditional County: Suffolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Suffolk

Church of England Parish: Levington

Church of England Diocese: St.Edmundsbury and Ipswich

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Listing Text

TM 23 NW LEVINGTON CHURCH LANE
WITH STRATTON HALL Ship Inn
5/15 The Ship Inn
-

- II

Public house, probably C14. A rare example of an aisled hall house of modest
status; greatly altered from C15 onwards. One storey and attics; by C17
converted to a 3-cell house retaining the rear aisle only. Timber-framed and
rough-cast. Thatched roof with internal chimney of red brick; a C19 lead-clad
dormer with small-pane sash window. C19 sash windows. C19 entrance doors,
each with a pentice board on brackets. A central aisled open truss has empty
trenches for passing-braces, and dovetail housings for tie-beam braces on the
cambered tie-beam. The aisle at the front has gone, but the arcade-plate
remains with housings for lap-jointed arcade-braces. The closed truss to
right shows evidence for a further bay, open to the hall at ground level, but
with a loft supported on knees above; this, and the closed truss at the left-
hand gable, may be C15 renewals, but still of aisled form. The coupled-rafter
roof may be original, but extended C15 and C17/C18. The building is believed
to have been a pair of estate cottages until the C19, when it became a public
House called originally "The Musket".


Listing NGR: TM2347939012

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