THE LONGS ARMS

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1252684

Date first listed: 11-Sep-1968

Statutory Address: THE LONGS ARMS, HIGH STREET

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: THE LONGS ARMS, HIGH STREET

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

District: Wiltshire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Steeple Ashton

National Grid Reference: ST9067156814

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History

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Details

STEEPLE ASHTON HIGH STREET ST 9056 (west side) 13/257 The Longs Arms 11.9.68 GV II

Inn. Circa 1700, extended late C19. Limestone ashlar, stone slate roof with coped verges and gable end paired stone stacks. L-plan. Two-storey, 4-window. C19 single-storey addition projects to front; central folding double doors, 4-light. mullioned and transomed casement either side and cross windows to returns, cornice to low parapet of flat roof. First floor has four ovolo- moulded cross windows, lintel string course, cornice to plain blocking course. Left return has three cross windows to ground floor, string course and five cross windows to first, including rear wing. Right return has blocked cellar window, inserted C20 casement, cross window with hoodmould to first floor. Interior has C19 Gothic stone fireplace in bar to right of entrance; with octagonal pilasters with cusped panels. Inn takes its name from the Long family of Rood Ashton (q.v.) who owned much of village until mid C20.

Listing NGR: ST9067156814

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 435719

Legacy System: LBS

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