HOTSPUR PLACE 1. 5330 (South Side) No 2 (The Tanner's Arms) Nos 4 and 6 NU 1813 SE 1/271 II 2. Early C19. Two storeys. No 2 has 3 windows, the others 2. The Inn has a curved corner and one window to Hotspur Street. Ashlar built, Nos 4 and 6 have eaves band, Slate roofs with raised verges except one curve. Four brick chimneys. Glazing bar sash windows, with segmental heads on Nos 4 and 6. Nos 2 and 4 have doors to left, No 6 has door off centre to right. On curve is raised panel with moulded capping and inscribed 'Brewers' Arms'.
Brewers Arms by Barbara Woodhouse
|Historic England listing: 2 (The Tanner's Arms), 4 & 6 Hotspur Place||Historic England listing: 2 (The Tanner's Arms), 4 & 6 Hotspur Place|
|Keys to the past: 2 (The Tanner's Arms), 4 & 6 Hotspur Place||Keys to the past: 2 (The Tanner's Arms), 4 & 6 Hotspur Place|