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Green Man

Green Man, Godmanchester

Picture Source: Sebastian Ballard

The Green Man was situated at 59 High Street. This was a grade-II listed pub.
This pub has reopened
Robert Kaye (2010)
Closed again in January 2020.
Admin (May 2020)
Listed building details:
House. C17 origin, and C19. Timber-framed, rendered, and brick, painted. Tiled roofs, shaped bargeboarding to ends and C19 grey brick ridge stack. Main range and crosswings. One storey and attic to hall. The dormer and window openings are all C19 or C20, but the doorway may be on the site of the original at the low end of the hall. In the C19 the crosswings were extended to the road and cased in brick and a verandah built along the front. There is late C17 or early C18 red-brick in the walls at the rear. Inside there are stop-chamfered main beams in the left hand crosswing. Hearths have been rebuilt and framing applied.

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