|NORFOLK PUBLIC HOUSES|
On Tuesday 14th June 1831 a `Compact and Substantial
Dwelling House, with entrance Lodge attached, front and kitchen gardens, stables
and gig-house' was offered for sale by auction. Consisting of an entrance hall,
with spiral staircase, two large parlours, breakfast room, kitchen, two cellars,
and five bed-rooms, it was described as being well adapted for a Public Inn.
Did this house become either the Carpenters Arms or the Crown?