FENKLE STREET 1. 5330 (West Side) Nos 9 to 13 (odd) (The Nag's Head Public House) NU 1813 SE 1/247 II GV 2. C17 and earlier but very much altered. Nos 9 and 11: 2 storeys and attic, 3 windows 1st floor; No 13: 3 storeys 2+1 windows. Painted front with steep pitched slate roof, having catslide to rear and 2 brick chimneys on ridge. Nos 9 and 11 have 2 late C19 gabled dormers and late glazed sash windows; modern 2 bay shop window flanking a central door (to No 11); a pair of doorways to left. No 13 has late glazed and plate glass sash windows; a 3 storey square bay - 2 lower storeys possibly C18, top storey added circa 19(X) and gabled; a mounting block, much worn to right. To right of coach arch is a slightly projecting late C19 rough ashlar end bay with one shouldered window per floor. Formerly the archway gave out to the stable yard and theatre at the rear. Inside No 13 there is a 2 light mullioned window on the 1st floor built in to the rear.
|Historic England listing: 9-13 Fenkle Street (former Nag's Head)||Historic England listing: 9-13 Fenkle Street (former Nag's Head)|
|Keys to the past: 9-13 Fenkle Street (former Nag's Head)||Keys to the past: 9-13 Fenkle Street (former Nag's Head)|