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Plough Inn

 

 


The Plough Inn was situated at 6 Main Street. This grade-II listed pub is now in residential use.
Listed building details:
Cottage, formerly inn and 2 cottages. Late C16/C17, raised slightly later. Cruck-framed coursed rubble stone and C20 shingle roof with rebuilt buff brick end stacks. 3 ranges, 2 are 2 storeys and gable facing, the former 2 cottages in front of former inn, with 1 storey wing projecting right at joint of 2 ranges. Front faces right, but with plank door in wing facing road. Front of former 2 cottages of 2 storeys of 2 3-light casements over 2-light, 4-light 2-light. Blank facing gable. Attic 1-light on right end of wing. Former inn behind is 2 storeys of 3 2-light casements over 2 2-lights and to right, glazed
door within glazed porch. 1 storey C20 extension on right end of this range. Further 2-light casements and glazed door to rear. Inside are 3 pairs of raised cruck blades visible to the collars, tree trunk purlin in former cottages, 2 inglenooks, and possibly original plank doors. Formerly the Plough Inn.

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