PRINCES OF WALES PUBLIC HOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1132718

Date first listed: 21-Aug-1975

Date of most recent amendment: 19-Feb-1986

Statutory Address: 41, STATION ROAD

Statutory Address: 41A, STATION ROAD

Statutory Address: PRINCES OF WALES PUBLIC HOUSE, PRINCES STREET

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: 41, STATION ROAD

Statutory Address: 41A, STATION ROAD

Statutory Address: PRINCES OF WALES PUBLIC HOUSE, PRINCES STREET

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

District: Rotherham (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SK 41902 92790

Summary

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Reasons for Designation

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History

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Details

SK49SW ROTHERHAM PRINCES STREET (east side), Masbrough 5/61 Prince of Wales public house including No 41, Station Road and 21.8.75 incorporating flat No 41A, Station Road (formerly listed as Prince of Wales Hotel (including wing in Station Road)) - II Hotel now public house. Early 1840s, for Benjamin Badger (press cutting). Ashlar and horizontally-tooled sandstone, Welsh slate roof. Corner site with left return facing Station Road. 3 storeys with cellars, 5 x 3 bays with wing to rear right, to rear left a single-storey link-block to a 2-storey, 3-bay house (No 41 Station Road). Main facade: plain ashlar plinth, rustication to ground-floor ashlar walling and quoins above. Central portico has C20 double doors flanked by paired Doric columns with entablature returning to continue around building. Panelled door to bay 5 has external stone steps, other bays have renewed casements. 1st floor: balustrade with flanking dies beneath central window, die cornice returns as moulded sill band. All windows have paired brackets to projecting moulded sills and renewed casements in raised surrounds with architraves and consoled cornices; Prince of Wales feathers set above central window. Short 2nd-floor windows with sill blocks, moulded sills and casements in architraves. Frieze, deep eaves projection with modillioned cornice, hipped roof. Left return of main block in same style. Link-block to rear, set back, has keyed round-arched opening now window. Adjacent house (41, Station Road): rusticated quoins. Central doorway with architrave flanked by casements in architraves with sill blocks to moulded sills. Ground-floor entablature continued from main building. lst-floor windows with shouldered and eared architraves. Altered eaves. Hipped roof with corniced end stacks. Round- arched panel in right return. Speculative enterprise built to service the newly-opened Masbrough station situated opposite. Lean-to building to left return of 41, Station Road not of special interest. Sheffield Morning Telegraph, March 4th, 1982, pl.

Listing NGR: SK4190292790

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 335696

Legacy System: LBS

Sources

Books and journals
'Sheffield Morning Telegraph' in 4 March, (1982), 1

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