This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TM 03 NE CAPEL ST MARY THE OLD STREET 3/56 White Horse Inn
Public House. C15 or earlier with later alterations and additions. C18 and C19 facade. Timber framed and plastered. Red plain tiled roofs. Large red brick.
chimney stack to left return, large, off centre left, rear of ridge chimney stack to central range. 2 storeys. The central hall range has a roof of 2 levels with the chimney stack shared by both levels, right and left crosswings with a further C18/C19 range to left, hipped to left. C19 barge boards, brackets and batten decoration to gables. 3:2:1 first floor, 2:1:1 ground floor, C19 vertically sliding sash windows with horns, that to centre of ground floor an angled bay with hipped roof. Left and right C20 doors with top lights. Internal features include heavy storey post to rear of central hall. Fine inserted early C16 ceiling, the beams and wall plates moulded and carved with foliage, carved stops. Heavy stop chamfered bridging joists to crosswings. One arched brace remains to the crosswing tie beams, but the sawn off braces are still visible.
The hall roof has been raised to road face and the rear is mainly covered except for the base of a heavy rafter supported by the moulded storey post. C18/C19 fireplace, reeded surround with patera and cast iron grate. The large, blocked chimney stack retains a fragment of a moulded mantel beam.
Listing NGR: TM0984038183
© Mr Stuart Appleby. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Appleby, Stuart
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