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Description: The Prince of Wales Public House
Date Listed: 19 February 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 179514
OS Grid Reference: TQ6320749688
OS Grid Coordinates: 563207, 149688
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2231, 0.3358
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HADLOW HIGH STREET (south side)
TQ 63 49
7/78 The Prince of Wales Public
Public House. Probably early C19 with later C19 and C20 extensions and
modernisation. Main part is timber-framing clad in painted weatherboards on
brick footings; brick stacks and chimneyshafts; peg-tile roof.
Plan: T-plan building. The main block is built along the street facing
north. Originally it was 2 rooms with central cross passage but the partitions
have been removed to create more bar space. One-room plan rear block projects
at right angles from the centre with single storey integral outshots each side
giving the whole ground plan a rectangular shape. Main stack at the junction
between the 2 blocks. C20 extensions to rear.
2 storeys with single storey outshots.
Exeteror: Symmetrical 2-window front. The first floor windows are 16-pane
sashes. The ground floor has canted bay windows with Gothick cast iron corner
posts, front 12-pane sashes and side 8-pane sashes. The monopitch roof over
these bays is continued as a shallow pent roof across the whole front.
Central doorway contains a part-glazed plank door. The roof is hipped both
ends. The other windows around the building are C20 casements, most with
Interior: Shows mostly the result of various C20 modernisations. Roof not
This is a particularly attractive public house which forms part of a group of
listed buildings at the western approach to Hadlow.
Listing NGR: TQ6320749688
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Source: English Heritage
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