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Description: The King's Arms
Date Listed: 25 August 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 127004
OS Grid Reference: SP1600543455
OS Grid Coordinates: 416005, 243455
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0892, -1.7678
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SP 1445-1545 MICKLETON HIGH STREET
SP 1643-1743 (east side)
12/90 The King's Arms
Inn. Mid C17, block rear left, late C17/early C18 block parallel to
road, rebuilt and extended to right mid C18; C20 flat roofed
extension to rear and C20 porch front left not of listable quality.
mid C17 block, rear left, limestone rubble, with coursed squared
and dressed gable end. Late C17/early C18 block: ashlar limestone
facade with projecting plinth course for some of its length. All
under artificial stone slate roof with flat coped gables and roll,
cross finial, left. 4 ashlar limestone stacks with moulded tops
and skirtings, one at centre of block parallel to road. The whole
now forms an 'L' shaped plan. Mid C17 block: 2 storeys and garret.
Former stone 4-centred arched entrance, rear right, almost covered
by C20 extensions. C20, 2-light stone mullioned casements in left
wall to car park. Facade late C17/18 block: 2 storeys and attic
lit by four C20 dormers from roof with C20 casements. 4-windowed,
3 and 4-light, flat-chamfered, stone mullioned casements with
horizontal glazing bars, nearly all with stopped hoods over. C20
plank door inserted under part of window hood, off centre right.
Blocked entrance towards left.
Listing NGR: SP1601043445
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Source: English Heritage
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