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Description: The Roundhouse, Wheatsheaf Buildings
Date Listed: 23 April 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 213401
OS Grid Reference: SD9370516391
OS Grid Coordinates: 393705, 416391
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6440, -2.0967
SF 91 NW LITTLEBOROUGH THE SQUARE
1/65 The Roundhouse,
Public house and shops. Early 1860s. Rock-faced stone with
slate roof. Semi-circular plan with 3 storeys and a total of
10 bays. Continuous sill and impost bands and a pierced
parapet with articulating dies above the eaves cornice.
Single and paired sash windows with round-arched heads and
pointed hoodmoulds on the ground floor, shouldered heads on
the first floor and arched heads on the second floor. 2 shop
windows on north side. Doors have arches, shouldered arches
or in one case colonnettes with naturalistic capitals
supporting a cusped arch and multi-foiled overlight. Ridge
chimney stacks. Interior much altered but the pub retains
some original features - fireplaces, plaster cornices and
staircase with cast-iron balusters. Directories record
Robert Hirst as the publican of the Wheat Sheaf in 1821, the
name going as far back as 1780.
Listing NGR: SD9370516391
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Source: English Heritage
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