Historic Buildings, Maldon, Essex, England
The 15th Century All Saints Vicarage, Maldon.
Dating from 1449 this fine old timber-framed building is the current vicarage and, consequently, is not open to the public but it is possible to look at the outside from the path that goes through the churchyard.
The Moot Hall, Maldon High Street.
Built in the 15th Century by Sir Robert D'Arcy this historic building (the one with the clock) with its own prison and court has been at the centre of local government in Maldon since 1576. The portico is Georgian but the railings were not added until 1910.
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The Jolly Sailor Inn, Maldon.
The masts and sails of the Thames Sailing Barges moored against the quay can be seen in the background.
Although it provides good standard pub food the Jolly Sailor is apparently particularly renowned for its fish dishes although, not having eaten there, I cannot verify that.
The Jolly Sailor is a Tudor building originating in the 16th century.