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Description: Hop Pole Hotel and Adjoining Stable Block and Outbuilding
Date Listed: 7 August 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 241913
OS Grid Reference: SK6539067410
OS Grid Coordinates: 465390, 367410
Latitude/Longitude: 53.1998, -1.0226
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OLLERTON MAIN STREET
SK 66 NE
3/63 Hop Pole Hotel and
block and out-
Hotel. c.1740. Outbuilding to right, early C18. Stable block
to left, late C19. Brick with plain tile roof. First floor
band, dentillated timber eaves, cogged and rebated brick eaves, 3
gable, single ridge and single side wall stacks. 3 storeys, 18
bays arranged 5/4/5/3/1. Stable block has central carriage entry
with segmental head, flanked by 3 recessed bays, each with a
casement, all with segmental heads. Above, 5 plain sashes with
rubbed brick heads. Left wing has 3 plain sashes and to right,
door with overlight. Above, 4 glazing bar sashes. Central block
has projecting pedimented central bay with Classical timber
doorcase with pilasters and open pediment. Round headed doorway
with keystone and fanlight, panelled door. Flanked by 2 plain
sashes. Above, 4 glazing bar sashes, and above again, 4 smaller
sashes. Above again, dentillated pediment has half round window
with brick keystone and imposts. Right wing has 3 plain sashes
and above, 3 glazing bar sashes. Outbuilding to right has coped
gable. Central glazing bar sash with segmental head. To right,
C20 door with overlight. Above, 2 blocked openings. South side,
6 bays, has to left, C20 door and flanking light, and to right, 4
glazing bar sashes. Above, plain sashes to left and close
boarded door to right.
Listing NGR: SK6539067410
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Source: English Heritage
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