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The Stretton Highwayman Public House, Greetham

Description: The Stretton Highwayman Public House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 February 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 186648

OS Grid Reference: SK9485714854
OS Grid Coordinates: 494857, 314854
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7230, -0.5970

Location: A1, Oakham LE15 7QT

Locality: Greetham
County: Rutland
Country: England
Postcode: LE15 7QT

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Listing Text



7/78 The Stretton Highwayman
Public House


Public House of 1780 with extension c1800. Coursed rubble stone with
quoins, stone dressings and sills, and Collyweston slate roof with rendered
central ridge and right end stacks and stone left end stack. 2½ storeys
of sash windows. From left : a 2 storey canted bay with hipped roof
and 6/6 sashes; flat roofed porch with glazed sides and 2 leaved door;
6/6 sash over; a tripartite 4/4 : 6/6 : 4/4 sash both floors; a 6/6
sash both floors; coat of arms; and a tripartite 4/4 : 6/6 : 4/4 sash
both floors. 3 dormers with C20 windows on roof of left half. On left
end a 6/6 sash both floors. At main roof cornice level over front door
is painted 'This is the New Inn 1780'. C18 staircase and c1800 staircase
inside. Formerly known as New Inn Farm and an important coaching inn.

Listing NGR: SK9485714854

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Source: English Heritage

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