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Description: Potters Restaurant
Date Listed: 4 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 129012
OS Grid Reference: SU2138999538
OS Grid Coordinates: 421389, 199538
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6942, -1.6919
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SU 2199 LECHLADE HIGH STREET
10/167 Potters Restaurant
(formerly part of building listed
4.6.52 as Crown Hotel)
Formerly part of inn, converted to a separate restaurant.
Probably early C18. Rendered front on rubble stone with stone
plinth, stone slate roof, tile to rear with truncated end stack to
right, and coved and moulded stone eaves cornice anti bedmould.
Single front range with projecting gabled stair tower to rear with
dovecot perches in gable end, and long single storey projecting
wing. Two storeys. Two windows, large triple sashes of 6/18/6
panes in moulded stone architraves with bull-nosed sills. One
similar to right on ground floor with deep splayed sill. Large
carriage arch to left with timber framed and brick infill wall to
right and large C19 tongue and groove double doors. Fntrance in
rear wing with scattered fenestration with timber lintels.
Listing NGR: SU2138999538
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Source: English Heritage
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