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The Gull Inn

A Grade II Listed Building in Framingham Pigot, Norfolk

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Latitude: 52.5835 / 52°35'0"N

Longitude: 1.3725 / 1°22'20"E

OS Eastings: 628568

OS Northings: 303749

OS Grid: TG285037

Mapcode National: GBR WJF.5S6

Mapcode Global: WHMTW.1BT9

Plus Code: 9F43H9MC+9X

Entry Name: The Gull Inn

Listing Date: 7 September 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1050457

English Heritage Legacy ID: 227158

Location: Framingham Pigot, South Norfolk, Norfolk, NR14

County: Norfolk

Civil Parish: Framingham Pigot

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

Church of England Parish: Framingham Pigot St Andrew

Church of England Diocese: Norwich

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TG 20 SE
(east side)
5/20 The Gull Inn
Public House. Circa 1760. Whitewashed brick. Roof of mixed pantiles. 2
storeys in 4 bays with one bay extension to north. Facade closed by corner
pilasters with block architraves. Central door in timber doorcase. One large
sash window left and right with glazing bars. Above right-hand sash is the
Inn sign. 4 early Cl9 casements to first floor. Hipped roof with central
ridge stack. North extension with tall entrance and a sash to ground floor
and casement to first floor. Extension and main range under continuous roof.
2 storey hipped extension to rear. Interior largely of late C20 character.
Central fireplace survives.

Listing NGR: TG2856803749

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