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Description: The Whyte Lyon
Date Listed: 8 July 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 136664
OS Grid Reference: SU7741657740
OS Grid Coordinates: 477416, 157740
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3135, -0.8906
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SU 75 NE HARTLEY WINTNEY HARTFORD BRIDGE
5/23 The Whyte Lyon
C18, early C19. A wide fronted coaching im alongside the main road. The central,
older, block is of 3 storeys, 2:3 windows: at the south-west side a taller (early
C19) 2 storeyed extension of 4 windows; at the north-east side the old block
continues at a lower level at 2 storeys, 1 window and extends again (still lower)
at 2 storeys, 3 windows. Red tile roofing with hipped ends, brick dentil eaves.
Walling is painted brickwork (Flemish bond), flat rubbed arches, bands at 1st
and 2nd floors in the central section, plinth. Sashes, the northern bay of
the south-west part has a large Victorian doorcase, with a moulded canopy on
brackets and a plain door. Beyond the projecting central-part there is on
the ground floor a bay window flanked by 2 modern lights, beneath a tile roofed
canopy on brackets. The northern bay of the 3-storeyed unit has a wide
elliptical arch (carriage entrance) with stone keystone and impost blocks.
A plain doorcase follows, and at the centre of the northernmost part there is
a coupled doorway within a pitched roof porch, with 6-panelled doors. The south-
west gable has a Venetian window with impost bands on each floor, set within
a slightly projecting wall. Modern additions at rear.
Listing NGR: SU7737357099
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Source: English Heritage
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