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Black Swan

Date of photo: 2009

Picture source: Google Streetview

The Black Swan was situated at 21 High Street. This grade-II listed former coaching inn was built on the site of an earlier pub of the same name. It closed in 1869 and is now used as a guest house.
Listed building details:
House with attached barn to rear. Late C18, mid C19. Red brick. Hipped pantile roof with single hip stack and 2 large ridge stacks to rear. L-plan. Two and a half storeys, 3 bay front with plinth, single basement opening with grill and segmental head, to right, and decorated eaves. Central doorway with painted splayed brick lintel, rectangular overlight and,partially glazed door. Doorway flanked by single C19 glazing bar sashes with painted splayed brick lintels. On either side of left window are remnants of C18 blocked windows with segmental heads. Above to the left, a pair of glazing bar sashes under single painted splayed brick lintel. To the left, a remnant of C18 blocked window with segmental head. 2 glazing bar sashes with painted splayed brick lintels to the right. 4 small plain sashes with segmental heads above. North side with two and a half storeyed bay to right with 2 glazing bar sashes, one above the other,both with painted splayed brick lintels, and small blocked opening above with segmental heads. C19 2 storey block to rear of 4 irregular bays. Large blind round headed opening to right with partially glazed door inserted, flanked by plain glazed openings with large overlight above. Glazing bar sash to left with flanking narrow fixed lights and painted splayed segmental head over whole. Glazing bar sash beyond with painted splayed segmental head. 3 glazing bar sashes above, all with painted splayed segmentalheads, with small C20 casement with flat head between the 2 windows to the left. Early C19 barn with large-opening with segmental head and plank doors to right with shuttered opening, with segmental head to left. 6 shuttered openings with segmental heads above.

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