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Description: Brockholes Arms
Date Listed: 9 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 185464
OS Grid Reference: SD5015142475
OS Grid Coordinates: 350151, 442475
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8761, -2.7597
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SD 54 SW
8/73 Brockholes Arms
Public house, early-to-mid C19. Sandstone ashlar with hipped slate roof. 2
storeys, with one bay to each side of porch. Facade is a symmetrical
composition with plinth, clasping pilasters, 1st floor sill band and eaves
band. The windows have plain ashlar reveals and inappropriate modern
external shutters. On the ground floor they are sashed, on the 1st floor
sashed with glazing bars. Above the cornice of the tetrastyle Ionic porch
is a plaque with moulded border inscribed: 'BROCKHOLES ARMS'. On the 1st
floor above the porch is a carved shield of arms with crest, flanked by
pilasters. Chimneys on side walls. The left-hand return wall, facing
north, is of 3 hays with pilasters between bays. The windows are sashed
with glazing bars and have architraves. Those to the outer bays on the
ground floor have cornices. The central window on the ground floor is
tripartite with a pediment.
Listing NGR: SD5015142475
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Source: English Heritage
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