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The Anchor

Date of photo: 2017

Picture source: Google Streetview


 
The Anchor was situated on the High Street. This grade-II listed pub is now in residential use.
 
Listed building details:
Mid-late C16 cottages of two buildings. Timber-framed, rough-cast and rendered. Half-hipped thatched roof at two levels. Gault brick ridge stack with two flues. External stack of gault brick to rear right hand. One-storey and one-storey and attics. Lobby entry plan. Two gable dormers with horizontal sliding sashes with glazing bars. Three similar sashes to ground floor, two with C19 panelled shutters. C19 plank door and casement with glazing bars in shaped, moulded architrave to left hand. C19 wood bracket for inn sign. Interior has open hall with floored end bay and two floored bays to right hand. Long, straight downward bracing to posts in left hand bays. Pair of C19 settles, now reduced in length, flanking hearth. Interior represented in Dendy Sadler's "The Squire's Song" and "The Popular Candidate".
 

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