Description: The Crown Inn
Date Listed: 9 December 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 317583
OS Grid Reference: ST8589274715
OS Grid Coordinates: 385892, 174715
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4712, -2.2045
YATTON KEYNELL GIDDEAHALL
ST 87 SE
5/490 The Crown Inn
Inn, C18 possibly C17 in origin, rubble stone with stone tiled roof
and ridge stack. 2 storeys, L-plan with additions. Earliest
section at north west, 2 window range with upper 4-pane windows, 2
ground floor thick glazing bar 12-pane sashes and plank door in
early C18 ashlar porch, Tudor-arched doorway with raised impost
bands and shallow gable. To left 2-window range with 2 upper 12-
pane windows and cellar door below. Beyond, a converted outhouse
with 4 first floor C20 windows and C20 door. East end stack.
Behind original range, rear wing, apparently early C19, 3 first
floor unmoulded 2-light windows ground floor 9-pane window, former
door with hood on brackets and inserted window and 9-pane window.
South end stack apparently originally internal with scratched date
1643. In rear angle a 2-storey range parallel to front with upper
2-light and lower 3-light window to south side. Original range has
fireplace with stone jambs and renewed lintel.
Listing NGR: ST8589274715
Source: English Heritage
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