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86 Balcorne Street
E9 7AU

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Premises Status

This pub is permanently closed. Converted to residential by 2010 having closed by 2001

About the Pub

Re-opened but converted to flats 2002.

Historic Interest

This large, detached and rather grand yellow stock brick former public house was built in 1881. it was called the Clarendon Arms and at various times was a Noakes and Courage pub. The building is five bays wide and rises to three storeys. There is a good surviving parapet and the windows are large and appear original.

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Clarendon, Homerton

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86 Balcorne Street
E9 7AU

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51.5399, -0.0481

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