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The Greyhound

 Date of photo: 2008

Picture source: Google Streetview

The Greyhound was situated on Riddy Lane. This grade-II listed pub is now used as a farmhouse.

Listed building details:
Farmhouse, formerly the Greyhound public house. Dated 1842 on gable plaque incorporating late C17 building and C18 extension. Red brick casing with some rendered timber frame; plain tile roofs. Tall late C17 ridge stack of red brick with four shafts of local brick. Two storeys original C17 T-plan with additions to south-east and north-east and west. C19 embattled porch in angle of two main ranges with one large and one small horizontal sliding sash windows in segmental brick arches to right hand; two first floor horizontal sliding sash windows above. Interior has ogee-moulded and stop-chamfered beams and exposed floor frame.

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