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Description: The Hawthorns Public House Junction of Birmingham Road and Halfords Lane
Date Listed: 29 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 219252
OS Grid Reference: SP0244190188
OS Grid Coordinates: 402441, 290188
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5096, -1.9655
SANDWELL MB BIRMINGHAM ROAD
SP 09 SW
5/47 The Hawthorns Public House
junction of Birmingham Road
and Halfords Lane
House, now public house. Circa 1840. Stucco with hipped slate roof. A
symmetrical composition of two storeys and five bays with clasping pilasters,
giant pilasters separating bays and with an eaves band. Windows have archi-
traves. Those on the first floor are sashed with glazing bars. Single-storey
porch now glazed, with antae, pilaster responds, and parapet. Chimneys to left
and right, towards front of end walls. The house was rebuilt by Henry Halford,
an iron merchant, who lived there between c1833 and c1846 (VCH, p 10).
Listing NGR: SP0244190188
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Source: English Heritage
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