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The Royal Oak Inn

A Grade II* Listed Building in Chesterfield, Derbyshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.2354 / 53°14'7"N

Longitude: -1.4277 / 1°25'39"W

OS Eastings: 438294

OS Northings: 371080

OS Grid: SK382710

Mapcode National: GBR 697.5V5

Mapcode Global: WHDF9.1YD2

Entry Name: The Royal Oak Inn

Listing Date: 15 July 1971

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1334732

English Heritage Legacy ID: 83463

Location: Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S40

County: Derbyshire

District: Chesterfield

Town: Chesterfield

District Council Ward: St Leonard's

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Chesterfield St Mary and All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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Listing Text

SK 3871 SW THE SHAMBLES
(south side)
908/1/24
No 1, The Royal Oak Inn
15/07/71

GV II*


Public house. C16, with C18 additions, restored late C19. Close studded timber framing, jettied above ground floor brickwork, with later additions in brick. Welsh slate and plain tile roof coverings. Earlier range to north, of 2 storeys, and C18 range to south of 3 storeys. NORTH RANGE; close studded framing with tension-braced corners. North wall with 2, 3-light timber mullioned oriel windows, each supported on 4 curved brackets. Lights with pointed heads, and with single side lights to returns. Crenellated cill band. Jettied gables (now underbuilt), that to the west with C19 oriel window. Blocked doorway with shallow Tudor arched lintol. East, west and north elevations face onto pedestrian ways within The Shambles. SOUTH RANGE: west elevation with brick storey bands (that below first floor windows damaged). 3-window front, but 2 to the upper floor which are 2- and 3-light sliding casements. Ground floor windows with stained glass are C20. Small blocked window looks north from projecting side of building. East elevation roughcast, the southern part with late C19 features. Casement and sash windows, those to the north end at ground floor level with later stained glass. Centre doorway with moulded architrave. INTERIOR: south range now open to the roof, with central roof truss, purlins, rafters and braces visible from lower bar area. Simple timber internal lobby to doorway in east gable with half- glazed door. Continuous bench seating to south ,west and north walls. North range with C18 wind-braced single purlin roof supported by collar and tie beam truss. Ground floor bar area with simple bench seating, and half-glazed doors. Encased spine beams to underdrawn ceilings. Brick vaulted cellar. The ground floor areas of the 2 ranges are linked by an opening in the east side wall of the north range, in which sits a C20 main bar counter. This serves to retain the separation of the 2 areas, each of which has a distinctive character, representing the individual and different architectural qualities of the 2 main phases of development.

Listing NGR: SK3829471080

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