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Queens Head Inn

A Grade II Listed Building in Dennington, Suffolk

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Latitude: 52.254 / 52°15'14"N

Longitude: 1.342 / 1°20'31"E

OS Eastings: 628202

OS Northings: 267019

OS Grid: TM282670

Mapcode National: GBR WN8.Q3Q

Mapcode Global: VHL9Y.6LVY

Plus Code: 9F43783R+HR

Entry Name: Queens Head Inn

Listing Date: 21 December 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1183205

English Heritage Legacy ID: 285288

Location: Dennington, East Suffolk, Suffolk, IP13

County: Suffolk

Civil Parish: Dennington

Built-Up Area: Dennington

Traditional County: Suffolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Suffolk

Church of England Parish: Dennington St Mary the Virgin

Church of England Diocese: St.Edmundsbury and Ipswich

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Public house. Early C16 to left hand side, early C17 to right hand side. A
single range in 2 sections. Timber framed and plastered, the right hand
section with a C19 red brick gable end; pantiled roof. 2 storeys with attic
to right hand section. 3-light casement windows, mainly C19; C20 half-glazed
doors to each section, the doorway to the earlier part with a simple gabled
porch. 2 internal stacks. The later section has moulded floor beams on the
ground and first floors, newel stairs (the attic stairs are original) and a
good exposed roof structure; there are 2 good 4-centre arched brick fireplaces
and some good original doors; one original arched doorway on first floor of
older section.

Listing NGR: TM2820267019

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