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Description: The Old Red Lion
Date Listed: 2 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 157699
OS Grid Reference: TL0746402889
OS Grid Coordinates: 507464, 202889
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7144, -0.4459
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KINGS LANGLEY WATERSIDE
TL 0702 (East side)
13/165 No. 84
- (The Old Red Lion)
House, sometime an inn. Late C16, S bay C17, renovated as a house and SE
wing built c.1980. Timber frame with square framing exposed in N gable
and rear with brick nogging, red brick casing to W front and N lean-to,
plastered SE wing, and steep old red tile roofs. A 2-storeys house on
roadside facing W with rear outshut as cellar on E and 2 storeys gabled
extension at SE. Large external C17 chimney at S gable with one flue
behind the other and tiled roof to side oven. Single-flue C18 chimney up
N gable. 4-bay structure with a narrow bay at middle with a long N bay
with axial beam, and 2 S bays - the S one probably C17. Brick W front
has 3 C19 windows to each floor and doorway to RH of lower middle window
replaced by a similar 2-light flush casement window under segmental
arch. 3-light casements to outer windows. Brick eaves band and wooden
boxed eaves. Entrance moved to E side c.1980. Interior has exposed
timbers with heavy curved braces to tie-beams and clasped-purlin
queen-strut-and-collar roof with wind braces. (KLLHMS report 1978 in
Listing NGR: TL0746402889
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Source: English Heritage
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