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The Greyhound

Date of photo: 1906

Picture source: Hania Franek

The Greyhound was situated on The Street. This grade-II listed pub closed in 1978 and is now in residential use.
Listed building details:
House; the Greyhound Inn until c.1970. Circa 1600 core; major alterations of late C18 and mid C20. Originally of 2-cell end-chimney form. 2 storeys; the upper storey mainly within the roof. Timber-framed and rough-cast. Pantiled roof once thatched; an axial and a gable chimney of red brick. Small-pane C19 casements, with some C20 renewals. C20 hipped pantiled.entrance porch with
boarded door. Plain C17 framing exposed internally: floor-joists laid flat, blocked small diamond-mullioned windows at 1st storey beneath the eaves, good wind-braced clasped-purlin roof. The altered lintelled open fireplace to the hall was originally external to the left-hand gable wall. The original right-hand gable wall is said to have borne the plaster date 1714; a further cell was added to right in late C18. Major mid C20 remodelling includes several rear flat-roofed extensions.

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