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Description: The Red Lion Hotel
Date Listed: 29 July 1949
English Heritage Building ID: 141314
OS Grid Reference: SU7488323254
OS Grid Coordinates: 474883, 123254
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0038, -0.9341
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(The Red Lion Hotel)
SU 7423 3/58 29.7.49.
Early C18 building of 2 storeys, 4 windows. Tiled roof of loderate pitch,
hipped at right and with wide, central gable, holding blocked round opening,
over slightly projecting 2-bay section. Brick dentil cornices, plastered
walls with band at lst floor. Widely spaced windows, those on lst floor
sashes with glazing bars in moulded frames. Ground floor right window
a recessed sash with glazing bars. 2 inner ground floor windows round
bays with classical detail. Between these modern door in Doric porch with
fluted columns and moulded and modillioned cornice. Extra door inserted
at left with porch copied from central one; and modern casement window
alongside. Early C19, 2-storey, 3-window addition at left under low-pitched,
hipped slate roof. lst floor window detail similar to original house including
a central, oriel bay. Ground floor windows early C19 sashes with delicate
glazing bars. 5-window return to Heath Road and a further annexe of late
C17 date, 2 storeys but lower. This as 3 windows and a recess holding
a Sun Assurance plaque on 1st floor, 4 windows on ground floor. Tiled
roof of moderate pitch, hipped at left, with moulded wood eaves cornice.
plastered front. Modern casements on lst floor, horizontal sliding sashes
on ground floor.
Forms a group with Nos 34 and 36, high Street.
Listing NGR: SU7484423298
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Source: English Heritage
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