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Three Kings Public House and Attached House Stable Block

A Grade II Listed Building in Fornham All Saints, Suffolk

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Latitude: 52.2735 / 52°16'24"N

Longitude: 0.6893 / 0°41'21"E

OS Eastings: 583582

OS Northings: 267338

OS Grid: TL835673

Mapcode National: GBR QDL.F3K

Mapcode Global: VHJGN.W3SY

Plus Code: 9F427MFQ+CP

Entry Name: Three Kings Public House and Attached House Stable Block

Listing Date: 28 March 1985

Last Amended: 21 December 1995

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1031301

English Heritage Legacy ID: 284077

Location: Fornham All Saints, West Suffolk, Suffolk, IP28

County: Suffolk

Civil Parish: Fornham All Saints

Built-Up Area: Fornham All Saints

Traditional County: Suffolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Suffolk

Church of England Parish: Fornham

Church of England Diocese: St.Edmundsbury and Ipswich

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Three Kings Public House and
attached Manor House stable


Public house and attached Manor House stable block. Early to mid C17. 2 storeys and attics; 3-cell lobby-entrance plan; 7 bays. Timber-framed and roughcast with C20 plaintiles. An internal chimney -stack with a plain red brick shaft. 3 Edwardian small-paned tripartite sash windows to ground storey; 3 single sash windows to upper storey with vertical bars to lights only. 2 matching half-glazed doors, one blocked, with identical doorcases: panelled sides and a flat pediment supported from above by scrolled wrought-iron brackets. The ground floor room immediately to the east of the stack has an exposed timber ceiling with joists set on edge, in the room above is a ceiling of similar quality with the joists set flat, an unusual combination. The 2 rooms to the east of the stack have been made into one. Staircase beside the chimney- stack. Side purlin roof plastered within the attics. Several upper doors made of reused Jacobean panelling, one with cock's head hinges. Adjoining the east end of the building, a mid C19 crosswing in flint and red brick, with weatherboarding to the upper part of the gable and an upper door; apparently a granary or hayloft. This is the stable block to the Manor House and has a double doorway and various stable doors facing east. The Manor House itself is not included.

Listing NGR: TL8358267338

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