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Description: The Angel
Date Listed: 15 April 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 240403
OS Grid Reference: NY9656350342
OS Grid Coordinates: 396563, 550342
Latitude/Longitude: 54.8479, -2.0550
BLANCHLAND THE SQUARE Blanchland
24/36 The Angel
Former inn, now part of Lord Crewe Arms. Part of medieval monastic outer court
range, remodelled and extended to rear in mid C18; altered, with new roof, mid
C19, probably by S.S. Teulon. Rubble with cut and tooled dressings; slate roof.
Front elevation 2 storeys + attic, 3 bays. Central renewed door with 8-pane
sash above, flanking bays with margined sashes; all openings in raised stone
surrounds except for small 4-pane casement, on ground floor far right, in C17
or earlier chamfered surround. Central gabled dormer with tripartite window;
steeply-pitched roof with 2 flanking stacks on each return. Rear elevation shows
20-pane sash stair window with intersecting glazing bars in head; raised round-
arched surround with imposts and chamfered keystone. Rear roof slope has banded
diaper pattern in blue, purple and green slate.
Interior: Front section retains 1-metre-thick walls of medieval range; rear
section has stair with stick balusters, grip handrail and moulded newels.
Listing NGR: NY9656350341
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Source: English Heritage
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