William Herring's Almshouses, Harpley. Private Residence. Viewable from roadside.

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Details

Accessibility:

There is no designated parking by the Almshouses and there is no pavement in most places. There is parking at the Rose and Crown public house.

Brief Description:

The Grade II listed Almshouses date back to 1850. They are single storey cottages arranged in a ‘U’ shape as three on the north and south sides and two in the middle. The cottages are constructed of English bond red brick, black brick header dressings, stone dressings and pentagonal slate roofs.

Further Information:

Address:

6 Nethergate Street, Harpley, Norfolk PE31 6TW

Email:

None available

Phone:

Herring's Almshouses - Enquiries 01485 520 240

Website:

http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-221905-william-herrings-almshouses-harpley-norf#.VtSKIX2LTUI

Opening Hours:

External viewing only.

Directions:

The village of Harpley is just off the A148 King’s Lynn to Cromer road. The Almshouses are on Nethergate Street near to the Rose and Crown public house. OS TF 787258

Transport:

There is a bus service that runs through the village of Harpley, for service times please contact the Traveline website or tel: 0870 608 2608. For information on accessible buses visit the Norfolk County Council website.

Amenities:

In the village there is an Anglican church and a pub - The Rose and Crown - which serves food and drinks.

Travel Information

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