Fleur de Lys Public House, Lowsonford
The Fleur de Lys Public House is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1887, but it was originally built in the Post Medieval period as a timber framed house and barn. It is situated in Lowsonford.
1 A timber framed building infilled with brick which has been rendered in plaster. The most northernly portion was originally a barn, the central section forming the house. The cross wing has been said to have been a separate house. It is marked as building No. 59 on the 1550 – 1650 map in this book.
2 The property is marked on the First Edition 6″ Ordnance survey map as the Fleur de Lys Public House.