The Grapes Public House

Date:
28 Jul 2002
Location:
The Grapes Public House, Brentgovel Street, Bury St Edmunds, St Edmundsbury, Suffolk, IP33 1EA
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The Grapes Public House, St Andrews Street North, Bury St Edmunds, St Edmundsbury, Suffolk, IP33 1EA
Reference:
IOE01/07594/01
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This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.

BURY ST EDMUNDS

TL8564SW BRENTGOVEL STREET 639-1/7/200 (North side) The Grapes Public House

GV II

Includes: The Grapes Public House ST ANDREW'S STREET NORTH. Public house. Early to mid C19. White brick and slates. EXTERIOR: 3 storeys and cellars; on a corner site with a return front to St Andrew's Street. A plain parapet with stone copings and a heavy stucco cornice. Raised stucco bands between the 1st and 2nd storey windows. A cast-iron hanging inn sign projects from the 1st storey front. 3 window range to Brentgovel Street: 12-pane sashes to the 1st and 2nd storeys, all in cased frames with deep reveals and flat gauged arches. Low cast-iron railings remain across some sills. 2 tripartite sash windows to the ground storey have 16-pane central lights and diminished 4-pane side lights. A segmental-arched brick surround to the doorway; door with 2 leaves and a low segmental-arched fanlight with spoke glazing-bars. The slightly recessed quadrant corner has a blocked window to the 2nd storey, a 16-pane sash to the 1st storey and a C20 canted bay to the ground storey with 3 12-pane sash windows. On the St Andrew's Street frontage a single sash window to each of the upper storeys in the same style as the Brentgovel Street front and a small door with a flat arch over. Adjoining on the north, a 2-storey block with a canted corner has 2 large 2-light small-paned casement windows to the upper storey with semicircular heads and radiating glazing-bars. A similar arched opening on the corner was blocked and contains a later large-paned sash window; another blocked window opening on the ground storey. One tripartite sash on the ground storey and a wide carriage entrance with double doors: this has an elliptical brick arch with a raised keystone bearing the date 1837 and the letters TB. Adjoining this part of the complex is a timber-framed rear range at right angles to the street, apparently originally jettied, but later converted to stabling on the ground storey with the upper storey now supported on a series of brick arches facing into the inn yard. Extensive cellars below the building with walling in brick and flint.





Listing NGR: TL8520064438

Content

This is part of the Series: IOE\Rawlinson_John IOE Records for Rawlinson, John; within the Collection: IOE01 Images Of England

Rights

Copyright IoE Mr John Rawlinson. Source Historic England Archive

This photograph was taken for the Images of England project

People & Organisations

Photographer: Rawlinson, John

Rights Holder: Rawlinson, John

Keywords

Brick, Flint, Slate, Timber, Georgian Public House, Victorian Commercial, Licensed Premises, Eating And Drinking Establishment, Recreational, Date Stone, Commemorative, Commemorative Stone, Commemorative Monument, Jettied Building, Monument <By Form>, Timber Framed Building, Stable, Agriculture And Subsistence, Animal Shed, Farm Building, Agricultural Building, Transport