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Listed Building: THE DOG AND DUCK INN (1334653)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1885, 2, 174
Date assigned Friday, March 14, 1975
Date last amended


Cottage and house, now public house. C17 and early C19 with minor C20 alterations. Rendered brick with slate roof, stepped eaves band and rendered gable stacks to early C19 part and render, possibly covering timber frame, with steeply pitched plain tile roof plus large rendered gable stack to north to C17 part. Early C19 part, two storeys and two bays and C17 part single storey plus attics and two bays. Off-centre panelled doors with plain overlight and bracketed porch roof flanked to north by glazing bar sash with panelled shutters and flat headed 3-light small pane casement window to south. Above two glazing bar sashes and bracketed wooden sign to centre. Attached to south, C17 part has a flat headed 3-light small pane casement to north with small pane window to south. Beyond, to south, is a C20 low door and above, over the 3-light window, is a raking dormer with 2-light small pane casement window. Interior of this range is very low with heavily beamed ceiling and large inglenook to south. Listing NGR: SK4341130428

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Grid reference SK 43411 30428 (point)
Map sheet SK43SW

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Oct 13 2010 10:03AM

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