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1 AND 3, CROSS STREET (See details for further address information)

A Grade II Listed Building in Crowle, North Lincolnshire

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Latitude: 53.6089 / 53°36'32"N

Longitude: -0.8337 / 0°50'1"W

OS Eastings: 477263

OS Northings: 413118

OS Grid: SE772131

Mapcode National: GBR QVMQ.90

Mapcode Global: WHFDZ.5K85

Plus Code: 9C5XJ558+HG

Entry Name: 1 AND 3, CROSS STREET (See details for further address information)

Listing Date: 15 July 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1065721

English Heritage Legacy ID: 165099

Location: Crowle and Ealand, North Lincolnshire, DN17

County: North Lincolnshire

Civil Parish: Crowle

Built-Up Area: Crowle

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Crowle St Oswald

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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16/43 Nos 1 and 3

Former inn, now 2 houses and shop. Includes No 2/4 Woodland Avenue. c1830
for Brunyee family, with later alterations. Brick. Pantile roof. L-shaped
on plan: double-depth range to Cross Street with 3-room south front with 2
entrance halls; 2-room, central entrance-hall east front to Woodland Avenue,
with single-room addition to north. 2 storeys, with attic to higher Cross
Street range. Cross Street front: 3 first-floor windows, rounded angle to
right. Entrance to left (No 3) has flight of 4 stone steps with iron
balustrade of plain railings and column principals with rings and flattened
ball finials, slightly recessed 6-fielded-panel door beneath moulded lintel
and 4-pane overlight in roll-moulded wooden architrave beneath painted wedge
lintel. 3-pane cellar window to right with C20 glazing, and original 12-
pane ground-floor sash above in roll-moulded architrave with sill and wedge
lintel. No 1 to right has similar steps, balustrade and entrance, cellar
window with recessed blocking, and C19 four-pane ground-floor sash to left
in original architrave and surround. Early C20 projecting flat-roofed
rectangular bay shop window to right, with small panes above large single
panes, entablature with plain frieze, moulded cornice and hood. First
floor: 12-pane sashes to left and right in roll-moulded architraves,
unsympathetic C20 plain glazing to central window, all with sills and wedge
lintels; small inserted C20 casement to far left. Corniced wooden gutter on
paired brackets. Roof hipped to right. Pair of large corniced axial
stacks, that to right with pots removed. Right return, facing Woodlands
Avenue: 4 first-floor windows. Similar door and overlight in architrave to
right of centre, with similar original 12-pane sash in architrave to right.
To left, a basement window with recessed blocking beneath a wedge lintel,
with a former ground-floor segmental bow window above with ribbed pilasters,
dosserets, plain bowed frieze and shallow hood, containing an inserted C20
four-pane casement above the original boarded apron. An early C20 shop
front to left end with flight of 3 steps with plain iron handrails to
central recessed half-glazed door flanked by single-pane windows with small
panes above, in pilastered surround with plain frieze and cornice. Detached
C20 nameboard above. First floor has original window openings with
unsympathetic C20 glazing. Bracketed wooden gutter. Roof lower than Cross
Street frontage, with truncated end stack to right. Lower 2-storey single-
window section set back to right has an inserted door in a blocked cart
entrance beneath a timber lintel, a 12-pane first-floor sash in a roll-
moulded architrave, stepped eaves and truncated end stack. Interior: main
rooms to Cross Street have moulded cornices, original chimney-piece; 6-
fielded-panel doors throughout. Not fully investigated.

Listing NGR: SE7726313118

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