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Date Listed: 25 July 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 101681
OS Grid Reference: SZ2165493390
OS Grid Coordinates: 421654, 93390
Latitude/Longitude: 50.7397, -1.6945
1. (East Side)
SZ 2193 13/60 25.7.74.
1911-12. An important house by E S Prior. Coursed grey stone with red brick dressing
and coved rendered cornice. Steeply pitched tiled roof. Very tall red brick chimneys.
2 storeys cellars and attics. Entrance, or northern facade irregular. Windows
cambered headed casements with leaded glazing. Door with canopy above. Main or
southern facade has 2 diamond shaped dormers and 6 windows including ground floor
bay of 6 lights. All, except bay, set flush with walls. East and west loggias,
the eastern of 2 storeys set under main roof and with brick columns, western loggia
advanced and of 1 storey.
Interior Hall has wooden Tuscan columns, rough plastered walls and a staircase
showing the influence of chinoiserie.
Greystones and Greystones Lodge form a group
Listing NGR: SZ2165493390
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Source: English Heritage
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