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Latitude: 51.4063 / 51°24'22"N
Longitude: 0.5261 / 0°31'33"E
OS Eastings: 575790
OS Northings: 170497
OS Grid: TQ757704
Mapcode National: GBR PPH.V3W
Mapcode Global: VHJLN.2XGB
Entry Name: The Tudor Rose Public House
Listing Date: 15 September 2003
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1390628
English Heritage Legacy ID: 490848
Location: Frindsbury Extra, Medway, ME2
Civil Parish: Frindsbury Extra
Traditional County: Kent
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent
Church of England Parish: Frindsbury All Saints
Church of England Diocese: Rochester
686-1/0/10003 HIGH STREET
The Tudor Rose Public House
House, later public house. Western part late C17 or early C18, Eastern part early C19 added at same time western wing was refenestrated and projecting bar front late C19. Rendered with tiled roof to western part, slate roof to eastern part and brick chimneystacks to each end.
EXTERIOR: Western part of two storeys and attics, three windows. Two gabled dormers with casements. Central eight-pane sash flanked by twelve-pane sashes, all with moulded architraves. Attached to the left is a projecting bar front with chamfered corners containing double half-glazed doors. Eastern part of two storeys, two windows. The first floor has two sash windows, one eight paned and one twelve paned and right side doorcase. Rear elevation has a weatherboarded extension with casment windows and a lower pitched slate roof.
INTERIOR: Rear bar has beamed ceiling and a large open central chimneystack with a back to back fireplace. A further room to the north has early C19 dado panelling on four sides of the room and an open fireplace. There are exposed floor joists and a central spine beam. There are built-in bench ends by the window, later C18 six-panelled doors and the original rear door. An unusual survival of late Georgian public house fittings.
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