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Description: The Harrow Inn
Date Listed: 15 July 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 141424
OS Grid Reference: SU7512725117
OS Grid Coordinates: 475127, 125117
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0205, -0.9303
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The Harrow Inn
SU 72 NE 7/175
C18, possibly C17 altered. Pleasant old fashioned 2 storey road-side pub. Left hand
wing forms a single storey continuation at the name ridge-level due to rise of ground
level. Painted stone ground floor. Tile hung, presumabiy timber-framed 1st floor and
gable end and old tile roof. 4-irregular brick chimneys. C19 2-light casement windows.
5 on lst floor (including single storey annexe), 2 on ground floor and one modern window
between doorways. Left-hand doorway has tiled pantise hood, right-hand door opens into
C19 3-bay verandah with wooden supports. Left-hand wing reached by brick steps. Rear,
timber-framing apparent in catslide of end extension. Continous lean-to of 2 periods to
left of main part at rear. This still retain a tap-room. The interior considerably
altered but retains raised and folded panelling at the bar and traces of a large fire-
Listing NGR: SU7585524154
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Source: English Heritage
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