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White Hart

Date of photo: 2014

Copyright Jo Turner and licensed for reuse under thisCreative Commons Licence


 
The White Hart was situated on the High Street. This grade-II listed pub was rebuilt around 1680. Previously a house and shop it is timber framed with 18th century brick refacing. Looks like the above closed between 1854 and 1876.I only found two landlords; 1848 William Clayton, 1854 William Rush (& boot & shoe maker). Most of my early directories don't list anything for Streatley and from 1876 on only The Bull and The Swan are listed.
Source: Steve Turner
 
Listed building details:
House and shop, formerly Inn. C17 with C18 refacing and later additions to rear. Timber framed with later brick facing. Timber frame exposed to north and south with brick nogging. Hipped old tile roof with partial catslide to rear, end stack to left and stack behind ridge off-centre to right. 3 framed bays. 2 storeys. 3 first floor 3-light leaded casements, 3 ground floor 3-light segmental headed leaded casements. 6-panelled door with glazed upper panels and flat bracketed porch between first and second windows from left. Interior: C17 fireplace with chamfered lintel. This building was formerly The White Hart Inn.
 

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