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The Swan Public House

A Grade II Listed Building in Arundel, West Sussex

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.8539 / 50°51'13"N

Longitude: -0.5539 / 0°33'13"W

OS Eastings: 501890

OS Northings: 107034

OS Grid: TQ018070

Mapcode National: GBR FJ6.JS4

Mapcode Global: FRA 96QV.422

Entry Name: The Swan Public House

Listing Date: 7 October 1974

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1263833

English Heritage Legacy ID: 297174

Location: Arundel, Arun, West Sussex, BN18

County: West Sussex

District: Arun

Civil Parish: Arundel

Built-Up Area: Arundel

Traditional County: Sussex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Sussex

Church of England Parish: Arundel St Nicholas with Tortington

Church of England Diocese: Chichester

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Listing Text

1.
5401 HIGH STREET
(West Side)
-----------
No 27
(The Swan Public House).
No 29.
TQ 0107 1/152

II GV


2.
Mid C19. Stuccoed. Painted stone dressings. Hipped tile roof. Rendered chimney.
2 storeys and attics.
No 27 is The Swan Public House, of 5 window range. South range of 3 grouped double-hung
sash windows with glazing bars on 1st floor, with plain reveals, a continuous
moulded sill band supported on 4 consoles, and a vermiculated keystone in stucco
over each light. Below this is another group of 3 double-hung sashes with glazing
bars, all with semi-circular heads and a plain band round the embrasures: sill-band
and keystones as in the windows above. All other ground and 1st floor windows
are single-light double-hung sashes with glazing bars, plain reveals, moulded
sills with 2 consoles, and vermiculated keystones. Doorway with horizontal rustication,
cornice supported on extremely elaborate stucco consoles, deep plain reveals panelled
double doors, oblong fanlight with glazing bars. Moulded stringcourse above ground
floor.
No 29 has mid C19 shop front on ground floor, with plate glass windows. 2 doors,
one of which is 6 panelled, and both have square plate glass fanlights. Eclectic
capitals at corners of shop front. 2 double-hung sash windows with no glazing
bars on 1st floor, with vermiculated keystones and moulded sills supported on
2 consoles.
Both No 27 and No 29 share 3 attic dormers with gables, tile-hung fronts, and
double-hung sashes with glazing bars.
South facade of No 27 has one 6-panelled door with oblong fanlight with glazing
bars in plain reveal; vermiculated keystone over. 2 ranges of double-hung sashes
with glazing bars; vermiculated keystones, and moulded sills on 2 consoles.
1 storey extension to west: pitched roof with gable at west end. 1 planked double
door. 1 plain door with oblong fanlight; 2 double-hung sash windows with no glazing
bars, plain keystones, and moulded sills on 2 consoles.
West end of extension to No 27. Beach flint, clunch and random Pulborough stone.
Red brick chaining and 2 stringcourses. Rounded corner to south. No openings.

Nos 27 to 33 (odd) and Nos 37 to 43 (odd) form a group.


Listing NGR: TQ0188107027

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