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Description: The Hundred House and Attached Quadrant Wall to East
Date Listed: 29 July 1959
English Heritage Building ID: 152309
OS Grid Reference: SO7519066215
OS Grid Coordinates: 375190, 266215
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2935, -2.3652
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SO 76 NE GREAT WITLEY CP GREAT WITLEY
3/76 The Hundred House and
attached quadrant wall
29.7.59 to east
Coaching inn and quadrant wall to east; late C18 or early C19, altered.
Red brick with slate hipped front range and tiled hipped rear parallel range.
Two rooms deep with one end stack to left and one rear stack, central entrance
and stair well. 3 storeys, 4 windows with glazing bar sashes in cambered heads;
outer wide 2-storey 3-window bows with sill strings; central porticoed doorway
of Doric order, later door; recessed panel above entrance obscured by C20 Inn
sign. Interior altered, early C19 framed staircase with turned balusters remains
intact. Formerly venue'for local session hearings; "Hundred" signifying sub-
division of the county and having its own court. A History of Great Witley,
G Talbut (1955); VCH, Vol III.
Listing NGR: SO7519066215
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Source: English Heritage
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