This was designated a grade II listed building on 22 September 1971. It is described as ‘17th and 18th century, with alteration’. The 18th-century Georgian-style parts flank the earlier section of the building – two storeys high, with three gabled dormers facing Sheepgate Street. Being a former coaching inn, the main entrance (facing New Market) was an open archway, until fairly recently, leading into a cobbled yard with galleries at the back and stables at the rear.
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