194 High Street, the Partridge – Heritage Building Profile

The Partridge Public House stands at the junction of Church Road and was originally built for the National Provincial Bank in 1927 by architects Gunton & Gunton. It became a Public House in 1995.

This building is a superb example of the ‘Neo Georgian’ wing of the Arts and Crafts movement. Architects of this style were reviving architecture of the late Stuart period, so details of this building are similar to the Bromley College to the north, built 250 years earlier.

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