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Description: The Crown Public House
Date Listed: 18 May 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 138222
OS Grid Reference: SU5255358723
OS Grid Coordinates: 452553, 158723
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3252, -1.2472
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SU 5258 KINGSCLERE NORTH STREET
13/19 The Crown Public House
C17, late C19. A Victorian-Tudor refronting of former 3 cottages, of timber-framed
origin (surviving within on the first-floor). Two storeys. Tile roof; hipped
projections at the rear, the front having 2 gables, with brackets to the intervening
eaves. The rendered walling has a plinth. Casement upper windows, sashes to the
ground-floor. Three Gothic entrances, the central one projecting as a porch, with
gables, impost mouldings to Tudor arches, lower buttresses. To the east side a small
hall projects forward, of similar style, with a prominent gable containing a large
mullion and transom window. An important element in the local setting.
Listing NGR: SU5248358763
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Source: English Heritage
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