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Latitude: 52.3259 / 52°19'33"N
Longitude: 0.5979 / 0°35'52"E
OS Eastings: 577135
OS Northings: 272935
OS Grid: TL771729
Mapcode National: GBR QCW.1ZH
Mapcode Global: VHJG7.9SYT
Entry Name: The Red Lion Public House
Listing Date: 16 October 1984
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1351333
English Heritage Legacy ID: 275791
Location: Icklingham, Forest Heath, Suffolk, IP28
District: Forest Heath
Civil Parish: Icklingham
Built-Up Area: Icklingham
Traditional County: Suffolk
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Suffolk
Church of England Parish: Icklingham St James
Church of England Diocese: St.Edmundsbury and Ipswich
TL 77 SE ICKLINGHAM THE STREET
5/49 The Red Lion P.H.
Public house. Probably built early C16 as a coaching inn; altered and
extended C17 and C19. 3-cell lobby-entrance plan. 2 storeys, partly with
attics. Timber-framed and plastered; the left hand parapet gable of C17 red
brick with gable chimney. Thatched roof, hipped at right hand end, with a
thatched gable casement dormer. Central C17 chimney of red brick. C19 small-
pane sash windows. C20 pantiled gabled entrance porch with boarded and
battened door. A 3-bay central hall has a complete early C16 crown post roof;
the 2 open trusses have cambered arch-braced tie-beams with square crown-
posts. One crown post has both braces to collar-purlin, and long rising
braces from the tie-beam. A large chimney was inserted into probable cross-
passage position in C17, forming lobby entrance. The left-hand cell (now
restaurant) may be an early C17 extension to the earlier building.
Listing NGR: TL7713572935
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