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© Mr Jeffery Bartlett OBE, ARPS

IoE Number: 315605
Location: THE GEORGE INN, WEST STREET (west side)
Photographer: Mr Jeffery Bartlett OBE, ARPS
Date Photographed: 05 March 2001
Date listed: 20 December 1960
Date of last amendment: 20 December 1960
Grade II

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LACOCKWEST STREETST 9168(west side)4/169The George Inn20.12.60

LACOCK WEST STREET ST 9168 (west side) 4/169 The George Inn 20.12.60 GV II Inn, C16 or earlier, extended in early C19. Earlier part is timber-frame and rubble stone with some brick and plaster. Stone slate roof. Early C19 range is ashlar with low-pitched slate roof. Two storeys. Left side cross wing has projecting end gable to the street, chequered brick ground floor with thick glazing bar sash window and plastered timber-frame with casement pair above. South side wall is part rubble stone, part square-framed with red brick, 2 side-wall stacks. Two-storey rubble stone range beyond has one ground floor 2-light chamfered recessed mullion window with hoodmould. North side of cross wing has half-glazed door and roughcast above. A short return section has north end stack, east front roughcast first floor gable with 12-pane sash over rubble stone ground floor with 3-light leaded timber-mullion window. Rear has one 2-light mullion window. North side of cross wing has 2-light window with hoodmould. Two-storey rear addition has first floor door between casements and ground floor pair of chamfered recessed 2-light windows with hoodmoulds, door to left. Early C19 east front has roof hipped to south and north end stack, raised plinth, band and eaves band. Door to left, one-window range of 16-pane sashes to right with small pedimental gable over Parallel rear range. Interior: ground floor north room of original range has chamfered timber lintel to fireplace and fire-irons turned by wooden turnspit-wheel set into side wall. Said to be licensed in 1361.

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