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Stafford Arms Public House and St Chad's House, Bagnall

Description: Stafford Arms Public House and St Chad's House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 274495

OS Grid Reference: SJ9280750917
OS Grid Coordinates: 392807, 350917
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0555, -2.1088

Location: Clewlows Bank, Bagnall, Staffordshire ST9 9JR

Locality: Bagnall
Local Authority: Staffordshire Moorlands District Council
County: Staffordshire
Country: England
Postcode: ST9 9JR

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Listing Text


1798/4/8 THE GREEN
(West side)
Stafford Arms Public House and St Chad's

(Formerly listed as:


Group of 3 cottages, now public house and house. C17, altered mid-C19. Coursed
and squared stone; machine tile roofs with verge parapets to each unit; ridge stack to left and end stacks to right. 2-storey frontage. Left-hand unit: of 3 windows; casements, widely-spaced to right, boarded door to left of centre with pent porch; blocked entrance to right, now a window. Centre: 2-window range; C19 three-light chamfered mullioned windows, 2 ground-floor windows are offset to right, C19 single-storey gabled porch offset to left, 3-sided front with single-light windows to diagonal sides and Tudor-arch central entrance and boarded door. The roof has an unusual mock-medieval smoke vent to the left. Right (St Chad's House): slightly taller than the remainder, a 4- and 3-light chamfered mullioned
window to the first floor, the larger left-hand window has a gabled coat-of-arms below the cill, large 3-sided single-storey bay window to the right side of the ground floor, chamfered mullion and transom windows and solid stone-block, ogee-shaped pitched roof; hipped porch on stone brackets (reminiscent of the work of G.E. Street), boarded door. 3-storey side elevation facing the church (q.v.), has C18 plank door in shouldered architrave and adjoining 2-light stone-mullioned window; 2-light round-arched window above with chamfered mullions and transoms. The group forms the focus of the village green.

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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