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Description: Kings Head House
Date Listed: 27 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 140386
OS Grid Reference: SU3581235091
OS Grid Coordinates: 435812, 135091
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1140, -1.4898
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SU 3535 STOCKBRIDGE STOCKBRIDGE
15/24 Kings Head House, Lane
House, Lane Antiques,
House, formerly inn, house and 2 shops. Late C17, C18 refronted C19 and C19
addition. Brick and stuccoed brick, old plain tile roof, 2 storey, 3 bay C17
building with C18 bay added to left, to right 4 bay, 2½ storey block of house
and shop and low 2 storey, 2 bay C19 building to right. Late C17 building
has wide segmental central opening with pair of C18 6-pane doors, top-lit, all
under early C19 porch of square posts supporting moulded hood. Above blind
circular opening. Each side on both floors large 16-pane sash with rubbed
brick arches. Each end giant pilaster. Wide bold timber cornice. Roof
hipped to left. Left bay lower and slightly set-back, with 16-pane sash with
rubbed brick head and corner pilaster. Roof hipped to left and joining hip of
roof to right, central ridge stack. To right C19 part with giant pilaster in
centre and each end. Central door and sash each side with 2 sashes over to
house and door and early C20 shop front with 2 sashes over to shop. 1st floor
tile band and stucco hoods to sashes and doors, similar cornice. 3 C19 hipped
dormers. Roof hipped to right with central stack and stack at left end.
Right part has central stucco porch with glazed door. To left paired sashes
to right sash, similar over, all with similar hoods. Roof hipped to right
with central chimney of 4 moulded brick stacks.
Listing NGR: SU3582435087
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Source: English Heritage
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