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The Cross Keys

A Grade II Listed Building in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

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Latitude: 51.6013 / 51°36'4"N

Longitude: -0.6389 / 0°38'19"W

OS Eastings: 494368

OS Northings: 190035

OS Grid: SU943900

Mapcode National: GBR F70.F9Q

Mapcode Global: VHFSV.W04S

Entry Name: The Cross Keys

Listing Date: 24 April 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1124517

English Heritage Legacy ID: 43796

Location: Beaconsfield, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire, HP9

County: Buckinghamshire

District: South Bucks

Civil Parish: Beaconsfield

Built-Up Area: Beaconsfield

Traditional County: Buckinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Buckinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Beaconsfield

Church of England Diocese: Oxford

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Listing Text

(south side)
Nos 18 (The Cross Keys)


C18. NO 18. Colourwashed bricks; machine tile roof with 2 hips to street.
Two storeys. First floor with 2 sashes set under eaves. On corner wrought
iron bracket with hanging sign of Cross Keys. Ground floor with off-centre
entrance beneath gabled hood on brackets, on left hand a sash window and
on right hand a modern plate glass shop window. Formerly the Cross Keys
public house.

Listing NGR: SU9436890035

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