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Description: The Rose and Crown Public House
Date Listed: 26 November 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 314151
OS Grid Reference: ST8524257826
OS Grid Coordinates: 385242, 157826
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3194, -2.2131
(South East Side)
No 36, (The Rose and
Crown Public House)
ST 8557 6/370
Mid C19 painted brick. 3 and 2 storeys. Main 3 storey part framed by stone pilaster
strips, cornice band and blocking course with central and end breaks and by 1st
floor cill band and plinth. Glazing bar sash windows with stone surrounds, paired
on 2nd floor, tripartite on 1st floor, with architraves, and ground floor, with
cornice. Stone surround to doorway on left with shallow block pediment, 2 panel
door with plain rectangular light over. 2 storey extension to left with two 2
light windows 1st floor, and 2 single light windows to ground floor, plate glass
sashes. Brackets to gutter, double roman tiles. Tall doorway with raised stone
surround to left, 6 flush panel door, rectangular light over.
Listing NGR: ST8524257826
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Source: English Heritage
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