Fleece Inn

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BONDGATE WITHOUT 1. 5330 (South Side) No 49 (The Fleece Inn) NU 1813 SR 1/183 II GV 2. Early C19. Three storeys. Three windows to Bondgate, one on rounded corner (blind on 1st and 2nd floors) and 2 to Hotspur Street. Ashlar, channelled on corner with band over ground floor and mutule eaves cornice. Slate roof, rounded to corner and 2 brick chimneys. Glazing bar sash windows, tripartite in centre to Bondgate and on 2nd floor to corner and segmental headed. A 3-light corner window on the ground floor and another to Hotspur Street with panelled pilasters and fascia. Bracketed hoods on 1st floor to Bondgate at sides. Mid C19 pub front on ground floor to right: heavy double fascia brackets to fascia over 5 light arcaded window and a 6 panel door with patterned light above.

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