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Farmers Arms Inn with Buildings Attached Including Number 101, Eccleston

Description: Farmers Arms Inn with Buildings Attached Including Number 101

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 January 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 184360

OS Grid Reference: SD5174417309
OS Grid Coordinates: 351744, 417309
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6500, -2.7315

Location: B5250, Eccleston, Lancashire PR7 5QL

Locality: Eccleston
Local Authority: Chorley Borough Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: PR7 5QL

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Listing Text

SD 51 NW
9/108 Farmers Arms Inn with buildings
- attached including No. 101

Public house, with former stables, cottage, etc; mid C18, with additions later
C18. Handmade brick painted white, slate roof; and handmade brick with stone
slate roofs. Farmers Arms is double-depth 2-bay plan; 2 storeys, almost
symmetrical, with gable chimneys; 2-course band; board door offset slightly
right of centre, 2 square sashed windows on each floor, all these openings
with gauged brick heads and those at ground floor segmental-headed; painted
sign on brackets in centre of 1st floor. To the right on lower level a short
2-storey continuation with blocked doorway at the junction and one window on
each floor, like the others. Interior of Farmers Arms: 4-room plan altered
(partition in right-hand side removed); one fielded panel door. To the left,
stable and cottages consist of 3 elements in 3 builds; all altered but not
recently: stable adjoining Farmers Arms, cottage adjoining this slightly
canted back, and set back and further canted, the gable end of a receding wing
probably formerly a pair of cottages. Stable is one bay, 2 storeys, has door
at junction with Farmers Arms and former loading door to loft altered as a
6-pane sliding sash window; canted part adjoining on left is one bay, 2
slightly lower storeys, has a wide segmental head to a former wagon door and a
20-pane sash below and another above; gable of No.101 to left has a panelled
door to the right and one 20-pane sash in the centre of each floor (upper
altered slightly) and its left return wall has a blocked former door near the
front corner, a damaged modern porch left of centre and two 4-pane sashes
above. This part derelict at time of survey (1985).

Listing NGR: SD5174417309

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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