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The Roebuck

 

 


 
The Roebuck was located on Banbury Road, closing in 1998. A grade-II listed building constructed in the late 17th century, it has since been converted to a private residence.
 

 
Listed building details:
Public house, Late Cl7 with later alterations. Finely jointed coursed, squared ironstone. Steeply pitched slate roof. Stone coped gables with moulded kneelers. Brick shafts on stone end stacks. 3-unit plan with extension to rear forming L-plan. 2 storeys plus attic. 3-window range. Two entrances have C20 doors and wood lintels. Ground floor has a C20 window, a 3-light metal casement in wood trade and a C20 bay window. First floor has a renewed 2-light casement in wood frame and 2-light wood mullioned and transomed windows with small opening casements. Wood lintels throughout. Gabled dormer. Rear single-storey extension. Slate roof. Brick shaft on stone base. Semi-circular staircase projection. Interior not inspected.
 

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