This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SS5632 NEWPORT ROAD, Newport 684-1/5/287 (South West side) 31/12/73 Rose and Crown Public House (Formerly Listed as: NEWPORT ROAD, Newport (South side) Rose & Crown Inn)
House, now public house. Probably C16 with alterations (old list description). Smooth-rendered mass wall construction; slate roof, gabled at ends; stack with clustered shafts (some of old brick) at junction with adjoining house with old pots, rear right stack with rendered shaft. Details of plan unclear as access refused at time of survey. External appearance suggests that the public house may be the higher end of a 3-room-and-cross-passage plan, lower end the house to the left. 2 storeys. 3-window range with 2-leaf C19 front door in centre. 4-light small-pane C20 bowed window to left. 2 ground-floor windows to right of door and 3 first-floor, all small-pane casements with glazing bars. Right return (to South Street) has one doorway , one ground-floor casement and one first-floor sash. INTERIOR not inspected, bar on ground floor probably altered.
Old list description refers to 3 roof trusses with curved braces and decorated plasterwork.
Listing NGR: SS5674732199
© Dr Barbara Hilton. Source: Historic England Archive
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