Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1355044

Date first listed: 28-Jul-1950

Date of most recent amendment: 29-Nov-1993

Statutory Address: OLD FOX HOTEL, 27, IPSWICH STREET


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Statutory Address: OLD FOX HOTEL, 27, IPSWICH STREET

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Suffolk

District: Mid Suffolk (District Authority)

Parish: Stowmarket

National Grid Reference: TM 04972 58547


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TM0458 IPSWICH STREET 614-1/4/75 (North East side) 28/07/50 No.27 Old Fox Yard (Formerly Listed as: IPSWICH STREET (North East side) No.27 The Fox Hotel)


Public house and hotel, converted to shopping arcade and offices mid 1980s. C17, altered each century since. Timber-framed and brick. Rendered and colourwashed. Slate roofs to front wing, pantiled to rear. 7-bay front range with cross wings to rear forming enclosed yard, now all shops. Early C19 facade of 3 storeys. Rusticated plastered quoins. 4-centred carriage arch right of centre leads to yard. To its left is a mid C19 public house front with 4 arched glazed bays with pilasters and cornice and a recessed canted doorway to the left, also glazed. Between this and the carriage arch is a further 2 bays of arched glazing. In the dado of each bay is a raised and fielded panel. To the right of the carriage arch are 2 bays of altered sashes and a glazed C20 doorway to extreme right. First and second floors with mixed sashes and casements, all C19 or later. Gabled roof of 2 pitches, reflecting 2 original builds. Ridge stack right of centre and second stack left of centre on rear roof slope. Top of hipped cross wing visible behind right-hand stack. Main cross wing in yard with 8/8 c1770 sashes in flush frames. Otherwised mixed fenestration of C19 and C20. C20 shopfronts. North-east shop backing onto Church Lane early C17, timber-framed, with a first-floor jetty to north.

Listing NGR: TM0497258547


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Legacy System number: 384602

Legacy System: LBS

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