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Description: The Shakespeare Public House
Date Listed: 20 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 307095
OS Grid Reference: SP3717559961
OS Grid Coordinates: 437175, 259961
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2366, -1.4570
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HARBURY MILL STREET
SP3759 (South side)
13/98 The Shakespeare Public House
Public house. Right part mid/late C16; left part mid C18. Early/mid C19 addition
to left. Right part timber framed: close studding with small framing above and
plastered and whitewashed brick infill, on high squared coursed stone plinth.
Left part of squared coursed stone. Addition of stone with brick first floor.
Whitewashed throughout. C20 tile roof has stone coped gable parapet to left;
stone and brick ridge and C20 brick left end stack. Addition has slate roofs.
2-unit, formerly lobby-entry plan, extended to 4-unit plan. 2 storeys; 5-window
range. Right part has blocked central doorway. C20 glazed door to right. Fixed
light window. C19 two-light casement with glazing bars in heavy wood frame to
left. First floor has two 2-light casements with many glazing bars. Left part
has late C20 plank door and hood. Small C19 canted bay window to left. Two
2-light windows with cross glazing above. Addition has blocked segmental-arched
doorway. Ground floor and one-storey left part have C20 three-light casements
with glazing bars. 2-light first floor window. Blackened wood lintels
throughout. Rear largely hidden by C20 single-storey additions. Interior: 2 open
fireplaces back-to-back. One has chamfered cambered bressumer, the other has
ogee stop-chamfered bressumer. Chamfered ceiling beams.
Listing NGR: SP3717559961
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Source: English Heritage
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