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The Queen Hotel and Numbers 1 to 5 The Queen Hotel and Numbers 1 to 5 Sunny Bar, Doncaster

Description: The Queen Hotel and Numbers 1 to 5 The Queen Hotel and Numbers 1 to 5 Sunny Bar

Grade: II
Date Listed: 18 April 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 335064

OS Grid Reference: SE5765903471
OS Grid Coordinates: 457659, 403471
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5248, -1.1317

Location: Sunny Bar, Doncaster DN1 1LQ

Locality: Doncaster
County: Doncaster
Country: England
Postcode: DN1 1LQ

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Listing Text

SE 5703 SE (east side)

7/68 The Queen Hotel and
18.4.69 Nos 1 to 5 Sunny Bar


House and attached terrace of 5 houses, now public house and shop, with flats over.
Late C18 and early C19 with later alterations. Brown brick to late C18 house, red-
brown brick to early C19 terrace; gauged brick and stone dressings and slate roofs
to both. Three storey, 3 bay late C18 house, facing the Market Place with end bay
of early C19 terrace, of three taller storeys, attached to right. Late C18 house
has plinth to ground floor. Central double-leaf flush panelled door below plain
overlight in C20 pilastered surround, with large C20 casement to left and C20 case-
ment in original opening to right. To far left is a 6-flush panelled door below
blocked overlight in simple pilastered surround. Plain C20 fascia over. First-
floor ashlar sill band. Three plate-glass sashes to both first and second floors,
those to second floor smaller and with projecting sills. All original window open-
ings with flat brick arches and keystones. Paired C19 timber gutter brackets to
eaves. Brick end stacks. End bay of terrace has plinth, rounded corner to far
right with curved pilastered doorcase, C20 door and blocked overlight; central
ground-floor C20 window in C20 brickwork. Fascia board over. First floor has
tripartite plate-glass sash; second floor has similar smaller window, both below
cambered brick arches and with projecting stone sills. Wooden eaves board. Roof
hipped to corner. Return elevation to Sunny Bar has later brick blocking to ground
floor of bay 1, large C20 window in pilastered surround with bracketed cornice to
bay 2 and original semi-circular headed doorcase with double-leaf raised and fielded
panelled door below plain fanlight, moulded architrave and pediment on long reeded
consoles with fan-like pendents. Beyond to right, bay 4 has ornate late C19 door-
case with moulded panelled door, panelled jambs, traceried fanlight, moulded
archivolt on elaborate consoles, and large consoles supporting dosserets and moulded
cornice. Bay 5 has late C19 shop front with curved windows flanking central
recessed door. First floor to terrace has plate-glass sashes to bays 1, 2, 3 and
5 and a similar tripartite sash to bay 4. Above 5 plate-glass sashes. All windows
with projecting stone sills and cambered brick heads. See also under Sunny Bar.

Listing NGR: SE5765903471

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Source: English Heritage

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