Guide Price £850,000
'Sir Francis Drake'
You may have heard of this spectacular historical building as the local public house but its history dates way back to the Elizabethan era. Originally it was the Lodge House for the Gayhurst Estate and is reported to being named 'New Stone Entrance Lodge' The Public house was named after Sir Francis Drake who was given the deeds to Gayhurst house by Queen Elizabeth l in 1581.
The Building was listed Grade ll in 1984 but had already undergone extensions prior to that. It sits on approximately 1/3rd of an acre and is noticed by passers by for its unique twin turrets. The original building is built of 'Ashlar Stone' and has an Original 'G...
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