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Crown and Sandys Arms, Ombersley

Description: Crown and Sandys Arms

Grade: II
Date Listed: 14 March 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 148111

OS Grid Reference: SO8454363446
OS Grid Coordinates: 384543, 263446
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2690, -2.2279

Location: Hill Top Lane, Ombersley, Worcestershire WR9 0EP

Locality: Ombersley
Local Authority: Wychavon District Council
County: Worcestershire
Country: England
Postcode: WR9 0EP

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Listing Text


9/215 Crown and Sandys Arms


Public house. Late C17 rebuiling of probably C16 structure, with mid-C19
alterations and additions. Timber-framed refaced with painted brick, slate
and plain tiled roofs behind high parapet with raised panels like shaped
gables, large brick stacks to ridges and at rear. Two storeys and cellar
with cogged eaves cornice; four plus two bays. Front elevation: four-bay
part at left has a lobby-entry plan; regular fenestration, windows have
gauged flat heads, moulded architraves and 16-pane sashes; the first floor
window of the second bay is blocked and beneath is the doorway, open ped-
iment, fluted pilasters and 6-panelled door with four raised panels and
blind segmental fanlight. The two-bay part is taller and the shaped parapet
panels have embrasures between them and an additional cogged course at the
base of each; the two cogged courses are mitred around the clasping pilasters
to the front and right side elevation; windows are 16-pane sashes with gauged
flat heads and moulded architraves except for left bay first floor window which
is a 12-pane sash; beneath is the main entrance, which has a moulded flat canopy,
fret-moulded pilasters, C20 panelled door and barred transom light. The right
side elevation has a small, central bay window of almost two-storey height
projecting between the ground and first floor windows; it has a parapet,
shaped gable above with blind loophole, cogged eaves course and blind mullion
and transom window. Interior: much altered. Mid-C19 additions at rear.

Listing NGR: SO8454363446

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Source: English Heritage

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