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Description: The Red Lion Public House
Date Listed: 6 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 137925
OS Grid Reference: SU6393651880
OS Grid Coordinates: 463936, 151880
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2625, -1.0850
SU 63 6451 (part) BASINGSTOKE LONDON WEEEP
The Red Lion
- Public House
C18, C19. A coaching inn, the former 2-storeyed front being added to, to give a
C19 3-storeyed facade of 8 windows, with a 2-storeyed 1 window attachment at the
east side. Slate roof, with a moulded eaves having fascia containing a series of
coupled curved brackets, doubled at each end. Stucco walling, with simple
moulded architraves to windows, the ground floor 3-light units having a cornice
on 4 brackets, and thin architraves. Victoria sashes in reveals, but blank above
entrances. The doorway has a blocking course, a cornice with coupled brackets
above pilasters, and band of large dentils, and a plain arched opening. At the east
side is an elliptical archway with a keystone. The eastern unit has a plain
parapet, a large 3-light sash above a plain square opening, these are older and
more recent rear extensions.
Listing NGR: SU6392851898
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Source: English Heritage
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