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Old Grey Hound Inn Public House, Great Glen

Description: Old Grey Hound Inn Public House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 23 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 191063

OS Grid Reference: SP6558397454
OS Grid Coordinates: 465583, 297454
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5710, -1.0338

Location: Orchard Lane, Great Glen, Leicestershire LE8 9GF

Locality: Great Glen
Local Authority: Harborough District Council
County: Leicestershire
Country: England
Postcode: LE8 9GF

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Listing Text

LONDON ROAD (South Side)
SP 69 NE
Old Greyhound Inn Public House
Public House. C17, raised a 1/2 storey later C18. Timber framed with brick
nogging, rendered and whitewashed. Welsh slate roof hipped to left, with
brick ridge stack. 3 storeys of 2 windows. On 1st floor 2 3-light
centre-opening casements with top lights, and 2 c1800 2-light casements over.
On ground floor a long open verandah porch of c1900 with wooden balustrade and
columns supporting a Welsh slate hipped roof with 2 skylights. Bracketted
cornice. Central gabled opening leading to 6-panelled door with bracketted
hood. Either side of door is a 4-light casement with leaded lights. On left
end 2 1st floor centre-opening 3-light casements, that to left with top
lights. On ground floor are 2 5-light shallow bow windows, with leaded
lights, the bow within the width of wall. On right end a 1 storey extension
with canted bay and door with overlight. Inside are 4 wall posts, inglenook
with hood and chamfered beams with ogee stops. Also there can be seen, behind
wall paper, large panels of timber framing, which has been raised also in
timber framing. Along front a 3 bay single purlin tie-beam roof with collars
and clasped principals. On left side roof altered when raised. Extensions to

Listing NGR: SP6558397454

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Source: English Heritage

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