Description: Rose and Crown Public House
Date Listed: 14 November 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 191876
OS Grid Reference: TF0670945815
OS Grid Coordinates: 506709, 345815
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9990, -0.4114
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(North Side )
Nos 2 to l0 (even)
TF 0645 1/37
No 2 is the Rose and Crown Public House. Range of mid C18 buildings of 3 storeys
in red brick. Pantiles. Stone plinth. No 10 is separate but similar, lower
2 windows to top storey with sliding sashes as others. Round-arched passage
entry. Nos 4 to 8 have diagonal-set brick eaves cornice. Windows to top floor
have sliding sashes with glazing bars. Brick bands between storeys. 7 windows
to range, others hung sashes; ground floor windows boarded up. Small C19 shop
window to No l0. Stone plinth. No 2 has been cement rendered. 1 window without
glazing bars. Flat-arched yard entry. Right-hand section has parapet. 2 windows.
Band between lst and 2nd storeys intact, moulded band between ground and lst
floors above modern windows. Rendered plinth. Right section included as part
Nos 2.to l0 (even) form a group.
Listing NGR: TF0671245838
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Source: English Heritage
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