Description: The Harley Grammar School
Date Listed: 24 November 1965
English Heritage Building ID: 187817
OS Grid Reference: SK4308019568
OS Grid Coordinates: 443080, 319568
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7720, -1.3629
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SK 41 NW OSGATHORPE CHURCH LANE
4/50 The Harley Grammar School
School, founded by Thomas Harley, 1670, adjoining Harley House at right
angles, gable to street. Uncoursed rubble. One storey with attic. Gable
front has central doorway with plain moulded architrave, and I window to each
side, paired trefoil headed mullions with ornate latticed glazing bars.
Above the door, the Harley arms beneath a curved broken pediment, adorned
with foliate frame, and beneath them, an inscription tablet with consoles
and angel-headed bracket. Coped gable with kneelers. Side elevation has
string course forming hoodmoulds to 2 paired traceried mullioned windows.
Listing NGR: SK4308019568
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Source: English Heritage
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