Listed Building: JODRELL ARMS HOTEL (1088131)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 912, 1, 4B
Date assigned Monday, September 19, 1977
Date last amended


A hotel building with Victorian Jacobean front elevation but C16 origins, with features of mid C19. Irregular plan. 2 storeys, rough rendered, with Welsh slate roof. 3 gables to front elevation, each with a large finial. The ends break forward each with 1 window in stone surround with cornice above a window of 2 lights in rendered shouldered architrave. Gable ends stone coped, with kneelers. The centre block, set back, has a blocked arched window with dripmould to the attic storey above 2 windows to the 1st floor, the ground floor having a Tuscan columned porch with entablature and cornice, now glazed, with glazing bars to windows and doors. Side elevation of 2 storeys in painted coursed stone. Rusticated doorway to side. Interior has chamfered beams. Listing NGR: SK0113981495

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Grid reference SK 01139 81495 (point)
Map sheet SK08SW

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Dec 19 2008 10:51AM

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