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Description: Moon and Stars Public House
Date Listed: 29 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 162355
OS Grid Reference: TL3026331735
OS Grid Coordinates: 530263, 231735
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9688, -0.1052
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RUSHDEN MILL END
10/32 Moon and Stars
Public house, formerly 2 dwellings. C17 origins, largely rebuilt in C18.
Timber frame and brick. Weatherboarded, rendered and roughcast. Tiled
roof. 2 storeys. 3 broad bays. 3 entrances to front: to centre a
panelled door in an architrave with a bracketed pedimental hood, to
right 6 fielded panelled door with architrave and bracketed hood, to
left plank door with architrave and bracketed hood. Ground floor: 4
windows, 2 lights with one of 3 lights to left, flush frame timber
casements with glazing bars, weatherboarding below sill level. Three 2
light casements on first floor. C18 end stacks. Gable ends show outlines
of stacks with offsets perhaps reflecting an earlier more steeply
pitched roof, exposed plates and purlins. Continuous lean-to rear
outshut with a catslide roof. 2 entrances to rear, a 2 light and a 3
Listing NGR: TL3026331735
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Source: English Heritage
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