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The Monks Head – Grade II Listed

monks-head-larkfieldPublic House and Nos 46-50 (even) – II Cottage row and public house. 17th century with 19th century public house. Nos 48 & 50, random galletted rubble stone, red brick dressings, exposed timber-framing with one wind brace on 1st floor of No 48, rendered on 1st floor of No 50.
NOS 46 AND PUBLIC HOUSE. Red and blue brick chequer, windows with arched retaining heads on ground floor. Plain tiled roofs with ridge stacks to left and right and large end stack to right. Gable of rear wing looms up over main range to right behind public house. 2 storeys; irregular 7 window 1st floor, 6 window ground floor. Public house and right-hand bay of No 46 more regular. 4 entrances, at extreme right. (No 50), to right of 2nd window from left, (No 48), to right of 3rd window from left, (No 46), and left of 6th window from left, (Public House). Half-glazed door to public house, others boarded. Small flat hood on brackets to public house, pentice hoods on brackets to others. Late 19th century wing to rear of public house.

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