Building record 1298700000 - THE PRINCE OF WALES, MARSH


Eighteenth century thatched pub known as The Prince of Wales, with later extensions and alterations.

Protected Status/Designation

  • Listed Building (II) 1125860: THE PRINCE OF WALES


Type and Period (1)

  • INN (18th Century - 1700 AD to 1799 AD)


Grade II. Public house. Late C18, altered. Colourwashed flint with brick dressings; thatch roof, half-hipped to left; brick chimney to left. 1½ storeys, 2 bays. 4-pane sash to ground floor left with 2 board shutters; small 3-pane sash to right with single shutter; 2 gabled semi-dormers with old, 3-light wooden casements, partly leaded. Central weatherboard porch set in verandah with corrugated iron roof on cast iron shafts. C20 single storey extension to left with ornamental tiled roof; gabled 2-storey extension to right, rendered, with tiled roof; single storey brick range, to far right with slate roof. All extensions are colourwashed (B1).

Sources (1)

  • <1>SBC22140 Bibliographic reference: DoE. 1985. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. p29.


Grid reference SP 81476 08773 (point) (Exact)
Civil Parish GREAT AND LITTLE KIMBLE, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

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Record last edited

Mar 20 2009 2:40PM

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