Brook Street, Essex
The public house known as the Nags Head dates from the 18th century and gave its name to Nags Head Lane. Other buildings from that period are the Bull and the Golden Fleece. The later has an original hammerbeam hall roof still visible in the vestibule of the dining room. The site of a Lepers' hospital was on the corner with Spital Road. The Stone House - built from brick, stone and flint – is of a more recent date, but there is a row of 18th century cottages close by.
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