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11, Banbury Lane, Great Easton

Description: 11, Banbury Lane

Grade: II
Date Listed: 7 December 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 190930

OS Grid Reference: SP8499492830
OS Grid Coordinates: 484994, 292830
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5267, -0.7486

Location: Banbury Lane, Great Easton, Leicestershire LE16 8SF

Locality: Great Easton
Local Authority: Harborough District Council
County: Leicestershire
Country: England
Postcode: LE16 8SF

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Listing Text

In the entry for GREAT EASTON Banbury Lane
13/28 (east side)
No 9/11

the address shall be amended to Banbury Lane

No 11



SP 8492/SP 89SE BANBURY LANE (East Side)

13/7/28 No.9/11

7.12.66 II

House, formerly 2 cottages. Late C16/C17. Probably cruck-framed squared
stone with quoins and stone dressings incorporating pieces of carving
perhaps of ecclesiastical origin. Thatch and Welsh slate roof with 2
brick ridge and right end stacks. Stone coped gables to wing. Facade
faces rear. 2 ranges, that to right with thatch roof and gable cross
wing to left with Welsh slate roof. Right range of 1½ storeys of 3
casements: from left, 3-light, doorway with moulded stone frame and
4-centred arch, and 2 2-lights. On 1st floor are 3-light eyebrow dormer,
small 2-light over door, 2-light eyebrow dormer and similar centre-opening
3-light. Left range of 2½ storeys of a stone mullion window with hood
mould: 3-light, 2-light over, and blocked attic 2-light. A head stop
either side 1st floor hood mould. On left end a 3-light casement both
floors each in moulded stone frame with hood mould, the first floor
similarly with head stops. On the rear gable, that facing down Banbury
Lane, a 3-light window both floors. On ground floor a casement under re-
used moulded stone lintel with 4-centred arch and hould mould. On 1st
floor a stone mullion window with hood mould. Above this, in gable, a
blank panel with moulded frame and hood mould, gabled niche or blocked
l-light over, and large octagonal finial. Scratch dial used a quoin on
right. Said to be partly cruck framed. V.C.H.,Vol.V.

Listing NGR: SP8499492830

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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