THE TAILOR HOUSE PUBLIC HOUSE (PART)

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1271929

Date first listed: 12-Mar-1973

Statutory Address: THE TAILOR HOUSE PUBLIC HOUSE (PART), 45, WESTGATE STREET

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: THE TAILOR HOUSE PUBLIC HOUSE (PART), 45, WESTGATE STREET

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

County: Gloucestershire

District: Gloucester (District Authority)

National Grid Reference: SO 83052 18644

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Details

GLOUCESTER

SO8318NW WESTGATE STREET 844-1/8/396 (South side) 12/03/73 No.45 The Tailor House Public House (part)

GV II

Shop and dwelling, now public house linked with No.43 Westgate Street (qv) as part of the Tailor House Public House. Early C16 with early C18 and C20 alterations. Timber frame with stuccoed front, slate roof with tiled ridge, brick stack with tall ceramic chimney pots. End-gabled range four bays deep, with gabled wing to rear right. EXTERIOR: three storeys and attic; on the front the former gable-end to street masked by mid C18 refronting to four full storeys; the ground floor refronted c1985 with entrances to bar room at either side of a large window with C19 fascia panel above flanked by shaped brackets; on upper floors plain stuccoed to front of three bays with shallow, moulded crowning cornice and parapet; on upper floors sashes with glazing bars of similar size on first and second floors (3x4 panes) and shorter on third floor (3x3 panes), all with architraves and projecting sills. Because the front extends beyond the profile of the attic roof the outer sashes on the third floor are false with glazing and bars painted on the blocking, central sash on second floor also false with painted glazing. INTERIOR: within bar room on ground floor exposed posts, beams, and joists; on upper floors the framing is mostly concealed behind C20 linings; attic room in wing at rear has exposed chamfered and jowelled corner posts to gable-end wall, and part of an arched brace to the principal rafter on the west side of an intermediate truss otherwise concealed within roof space. Extensive cellar with C18 brick barrel vaults, some stone rubble walling may be part of medieval cellar. HISTORY: The building was once occupied by the tailor JS Pritchard who was the inspiration for Beatrix Potter's book "The Tailor of Gloucester".





Listing NGR: SO8305218644

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