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Description: The Kings Head
Date Listed: 9 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132302
OS Grid Reference: SO7745305285
OS Grid Coordinates: 377453, 205285
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7458, -2.3280
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12/43 The Kings Head
Inn. Early C19, recorded as an inn by 1834. Brick, rendered on
ground floor, with painted moulded cornice and parapet, slate roof
with coped verges swept up to join brick end stacks. Single large
range of 3 storeys with symmetrical flanking small single-storey
wings. Three windows, sashes, 12/9/12-pane to second floor,
16/12/16-pane to first floor, all with painted splayed voussoirs
and keystone. Ground floor has similar 16-pane flanking projecting
small Doric portico with painted unfluted columns, C20 door and
decorative radial fanlight in rectangular surround. Ground floor
has additional "cornice" marking top of rendered section above sill
level of first floor and cut into by windows. Side wings blind.
Interior much altered but retains several moulded door surrounds on
Listing NGR: SO7745305285
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Source: English Heritage
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