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The Lamb Inn, Incorporating an Entrance to the Corner House the Stores

A Grade II Listed Building in Axbridge, Somerset

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Latitude: 51.2873 / 51°17'14"N

Longitude: -2.8176 / 2°49'3"W

OS Eastings: 343078

OS Northings: 154562

OS Grid: ST430545

Mapcode National: GBR JF.Z1ZH

Mapcode Global: VH7CV.3XS0

Plus Code: 9C3V75PJ+WX

Entry Name: The Lamb Inn, Incorporating an Entrance to the Corner House the Stores

Listing Date: 9 February 1961

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1344884

English Heritage Legacy ID: 268704

Location: Axbridge, Sedgemoor, Somerset, BS26

County: Somerset

Civil Parish: Axbridge

Built-Up Area: Axbridge

Traditional County: Somerset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset

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12/51 The Stores and The Lamb Inn,
incorporating an entrance to the
Corner House



Shop and Inn, forming a single architectural composition. Early C19, later alterations, on a medieval site. Rendered
and scribed as ashlar, wide eaves, hipped pantile roof, 2 brick stacks. Three storeys, 1:3:2 bays, windows in side
units on a slightly lower level than those in the centre, sash windows with glazing bars, those to left bay of
16-panes; those to centre bays of 9 and 12-panes with marginal glazing; C20 2-light transomed casements to right 2
bays; stepped voussiors to all openings; 2 further 16-pane sash windows directly under the eaves of The Stores,
probably forming a fourth floor; 2 late C19 "bar" windows to the ground floor of The Lamb. Late C19 shop-front to The
Stores, glazed door; entrance to the Inn through a broad segmental archway in a plain stone surround, double plank
doors, each with a glazed panel. 6-panelled door to left of frontage forming an entrance to the Corner House, fanlight
with radiating glazing bars. In the centre of the Inn frontage at pavement level is a keyed segmental headed opening
covering a spring of water; decorative wrought iron bracket at right angles to first floor with C20 wooden signboard.
Part of building originally housed the Guild Hall and a medieval wall painting survives on the first floor of The

Listing NGR: ST4310354584

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