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Description: New Inn Close
Date Listed: 4 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 129451
OS Grid Reference: ST9576099407
OS Grid Coordinates: 395760, 199407
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6934, -2.0627
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ST 99 NE
7/152 New Inn Close
(formerly listed as Woodbine
Detached house, recorded as The New Inn in 1717. Early C17 or late
C16, enlarged and restored in late C20. Rubble stone, with
roughcast to north facade, stone slate roof, small renewed stone
stacks and large brick ridge stack to north wing. Originally
single range with C19 barge boards added to gable ends and small
wing to east, extended with smaller gabled cross wing to west in
late C20. Original range of 2 storeys and attic. South gable end
has 3-light stone mullioned metal casements with square hoodmould
to each floor, flanking small 9-pane sashes on first floor,
original cross passage entrance to left on ground floor. Small
east wing and north gable end both have paired C19 casements with
Interior has large room on ground floor on south side, originally
several rooms, with Tudor moulded stone fireplace in east end and
very large timber bressumer fireplace in centre, with chamfered and
stopped beam. Remains of oak partition panelling towards north end
with very small stone window above with two trefoil-head lights.
(VCH, Gloucestershire, Vol X1, 1976.)
Listing NGR: ST9576099407
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Source: English Heritage
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