Building record 1212211000 - THE SWAN PUBLIC HOUSE, LONDON END, BEACONSFIELD

Summary

Late sixteenth or seventeenth century timber-framed inn called the Swan on London End, partly refronted

Protected Status/Designation

  • Listed Building (II) 1124574: THE SWAN PUBLIC HOUSE

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Type and Period (1)

  • INN (16th Century to 17th Century - 1500 AD? to 1699 AD?)

Description

GRADE II. LATE C16/C17. PARTLY REFRONTED AND MUCH RESTORED. ONE ORIGINAL GABLE TIMBER-FRAMED WITH BRICK NOGGING; COLOURWASHED BRICK; MACHINE TILE ROOF, CHIMNEY ON RIDGE. TWO STOREYS. FIRST FLOOR WITH ONE MODERN 3-LIGHT CASEMENT IN THE GABLE AND 2 SIMILAR UNDER GABLES PROJECTING INTO THE ROOF. GROUND FLOOR WITH, ON LEFT HAND, ONE MODERN 3-LIGHT WINDOW WITH MULLIONS AND TRANSOM, A DOOR WITH TIMBER HOOD ON BRACKETS, ONE 3-LIGHT BAY WINDOW AND ONE SASH WINDOW (B1).

Sources (1)

  • <1>SBC4001 Bibliographic reference: DoE. 1985. LIST OF BUILDINGS OF SPECIAL ARCHITECTURAL OR HISTORIC INTEREST: BUCKINGHAMSHIRE: DISTRICT OF SOUTH BUCKS. p30.

Location

Grid reference SU 94746 90128 (point) (Estimated from sources)
Civil Parish BEACONSFIELD, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire

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Record last edited

Oct 2 2017 3:17PM

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