KINGS ARMS PUBLIC HOUSE AND ATTACHED MOUNTING BLOCK

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1045790

Date first listed: 10-Apr-1987

Statutory Address: KINGS ARMS PUBLIC HOUSE AND ATTACHED MOUNTING BLOCK, A 34

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: KINGS ARMS PUBLIC HOUSE AND ATTACHED MOUNTING BLOCK, A 34

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Oxfordshire

District: Cherwell (District Authority)

Parish: Gosford and Water Eaton

National Grid Reference: SP 50253 13492

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History

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Details

GOSFORD AND WATER EATON A43 SP51SW (West side) Gosford 6/39 King's Arms Public House and attached mounting block - II Public house. Probably C17 incorporating medieval elements. Random and coursed limestone rubble with wooden lintels; Stonesfield-slate roof with brick and ashlar stacks. 5-unit range of 2 builds. 2 storeys. Irregular 7-window front is slightly lower in the 2 bays to left which have casements plus a doorway near the junction; higher range has a further doorway, 12-pane C18 and C19 sashes at first floor, and the ground-floor windows are mostly casements, including one of 4 lights; a rubble mounting block of 4 steps is built against the front wall. Both ranges show evidence of early alteration. Roof is half-hipped to right and has stacks at the junction of ranges and on the left gable. Rear is largely obscured by C20 extension but retains a rounded projection, formerly a staircase. Interior: lower bays contain heavy chamfered intersecting beams which may be medieval and part of a hospital formerly on the site. Once known as Louse Hall. C20 extensions to rear are not of special architectural interest.

Listing NGR: SP5025313492

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 243276

Legacy System: LBS

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