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The Swan Public House, Staines-upon-Thames

Description: The Swan Public House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 17 November 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 289710

OS Grid Reference: TQ0324271432
OS Grid Coordinates: 503242, 171432
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4325, -0.5162

Location: The Hythe, Egham, Surrey TW18 3JF

Locality: Staines-upon-Thames
Local Authority: Runnymede Borough Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: TW18 3JF

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Listing Text


2/42 The Swan Public House

Public House. C18 and later extension. East front painted stucco with dentil
eaves course. Tiled roofs gabled and hipped. Two and three storeys. Elevation
to the Hythe. Porch of two columns supporting a single column surmounted by a
sculptured swan. Ground floor has six 12-pane sash windows. First floor six
12-pane sash windows, one recess and one 4-pane sash with side lights and one
later sash window. To the west a C19 extension, also painted stucco. Ground
floor entrance and large pane sash window. First floor, three 6-pane sash
windows. Hipped tile roof above short parapet to west. Two hips on east and
single chimney stack. C19 three storey wing on river front. Two bay windows
with verandah and terrace above. First floor, four glazed doors with side
lights. Second floor, three 4-pane sash windows. Tiled roof. C18 cross wing
to west with splayed end and hipped tiled roof. Ground floor door and two large
pane sash windows. First floor, three 12-pane sash windows. Terrace to tow
path. Later outbuilding to west.

Listing NGR: TQ0324271432

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Source: English Heritage

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