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Queen Hotel

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The Queen Hotel was situated at 323 High Street. This grade-II listed pub was previously known as The Crown Inn and is now in retail use as a HMV store. Present by 1872 when the publican was Henry Edwards.
Listed building details:
Formerly known as: Queen Hotel High Street. Former public house, now a restaurant. Early C19, remodelled mid C19, with late C20 alterations. Stucco front and plain tile roof with a side wall stack. Chanelled rusticated ground floor, bracketed first floor band, second floor sill band, modillion eaves cornice, coped parapet inscribed "Queen Hotel". 3 storeys, 4 bays. Two 3-light mullioned windows with moulded architraves and shaped heads. To the right, a plain C20 doorway with hipped glazed canopy. Above, 4 plain sashes with cornices on consoles. Above again, a 4 plain sashes with moulded architraves and shaped heads. Below them, panelled aprons. Interior not inspected.

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