Description: The Swan Inn and Outbuilding Attached to North
Date Listed: 31 October 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 324438
OS Grid Reference: SD9728449709
OS Grid Coordinates: 397284, 449709
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9435, -2.0428
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SD 9749 CARLETON MAIN STREET
10/59 The Swan Inn and
Public house and outbuilding, probably early C19. Rubble partly rendered, with
stone slate roof. Three chimneys. Two storeys. To Main Street are 2 bays with
tripartite windows recently reglazed. Doorway has ornamental fanlight painted
over. To left 2 round-headed doorways and various windows, sashed with glazing
bars, including two which are tripartite. To Swan Street 6 bays of sash windows
with all glazing bars, with plain stone surrounds, the last window being tripartite.
Plain stone surround to doorway. Abutting to north is an outbuilding perhaps
formerly a barn, with weathered doorway to right of segmental headed cart entry,
over which is datestone, perhaps reset, inscribed BAS 1693.
Listing NGR: SD9728449709
Source: English Heritage
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