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Description: Nag's Head Public House
Date Listed: 1 February 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 192611
OS Grid Reference: TF1431843934
OS Grid Coordinates: 514318, 343934
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9806, -0.2987
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HECKINGTON HIGH STREET
No.34, Nag's Head
Public house. 1684, altered C19 and C20, early C19 rear wing.
Coursed limestone rubble and squared rubble to right hand side,
ashlar dressings, pantiled roof having raised stone coped gables.
2 tall red brick gable stacks. Single storey plus attics, 3 bay
front having central half glazed door with bordered upper light
in early C19 fluted pilastered wooden surround with narrow leaded
hood, rosettes and some fan decoration. To left a bordered
glazing bar sash window and to right a 3 light sliding glazing
bar sash. In the roof are 2 C20 gabled dormers with 2 light
plain casements and rendered cheeks. The right hand side has
single 3 light chamfered mullioned windows to each floor with
moulded flat hoods. To the gable a recessed square datestone is
inscribed PTE Henry Ireland AD 1684. The rear wing is early C19
of red brick in Flemish bond, later C19 pantiled roof, 2 red
brick gable stacks. 3 storey, 3 bay front with plinth and second
floor band. Off-centre half glazed late C19 door with sidelights
and bracketed wooden pediment. To right are single 3 and 3 light
sliding plain sashes. To first floor is a glazing bar casement
with to right 2 tall glazing bar sashes. To second floor are 3
similar windows. All windows have segmental brick heads.
Interior retains panelled shutters to rear range and some reset
early C18 raised and fielded panels to the front range.
Listing NGR: TF1431843934
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Source: English Heritage
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