This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
FENSTANTON HIGH STREET 1.
5140 (south side) Nos 1 and 3 (King William IV Public House) TL 31 68 19/33 II GV 2.
Formerly C17 inn and C18 cottage now one building. Two-storey cottage to right hand.
Soft red brick, rear wall part timber-framed. Plain tile roof with right hand end stack. Two first-floor horizontal sliding sash windows with glazing bars. Similar large window in segmental arch to left of central six-panelled door. Small hung sash window in segmental arch to right hand. Interior has original hearth and boxed stair, and chimney piece of C17 carved panels. C17 inn to left hand. Original three-unit plan with walls raised in C18. Cartway to right hand. Colour-washed brick casing to timber-frame, plain tile roofs and central ridge stack. Four flat-roofed dormer windows with horizontal sliding sashes with glazing bars. One horizontal sliding sash, and canted bay window with hung sashes and glazing bars to right hand of half- glazed door.
Modern single-storey extension to left hand gable, colour-washed brick and plain tile hipped roof.
Interior: C18 hearths and ceiling beams.
Listing NGR: TL3145968491
© Mr Jeffery M Hart. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Hart, Jeffery M
Rights Holder: Hart, Jeffery M
Brick, Tile, Timber, Tudor Timber Framed Building, Elizabethan Monument (By Form), Stuart Inn, Jacobean Commercial, Domestic, Residential Building, Timber Framed House, House, Dwelling, Public House, Licensed Premises, Eating And Drinking Establishment, Recreational, Carriageway, Transport, Road, Road Transport Site
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