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Description: The Mason's Arms Public House
Date Listed: 7 April 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 206983
OS Grid Reference: TQ2879276931
OS Grid Coordinates: 528792, 176931
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4767, -0.1469
BATTERSEA PARK ROAD SW5
'The Mason's Arms'
TQ 2376 8/2
A mid-19th Century 3-storey corner building. On the Battersea Park Road elevation
the first floor is 3 windows wide and the second 4 windows wide. The altered
ground floor is now tiled. The upper floors are stuccoed stone.
The first floor windows are each twin lancets set in a 2-centred arched recess.
Below the common cillband each window has an apron formed of a blind balustrade.
Above a bandcourse the second floor round-headed windows have rusticated surrounds
of keyblock and voussoirs. Between the 2 inner windows a corbel-block fronting a
crocketed niche supports the figure of a mason wielding mallet and chisel.
The crowning dentil cornice supports a blocking course.
Listing NGR: TQ2879276931
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Source: English Heritage
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