Description: Greys Court, Great Tower, Attached Ruined Tower and Walls Approximately 60 Metres East
Date Listed: 24 October 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 247147
OS Grid Reference: SU7254183441
OS Grid Coordinates: 472541, 183441
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5452, -0.9553
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6/125 Greys Court, Great Tower,
24/10/51 attached ruined tower and
walls approx 60 metres east.
(Formerly listed as Greys
Court including Batchelors
Hall, The Well House, and
Towers NE, NW and SW of house)
Two towers with linking curtain wall and wall to north and south. C14. Flint
with stone quoins and patches of brick; top of Great Tower coursed with brick.
Square plan towers with angle buttresses to corners. Great tower has 2-
centre arched doorway to ground and first floor west side. Irregular
fenestration of window openings to towers and walls. Brick flat-arched
fireplace to linking wall. History: Licence to crenellate granted in 1347 to
Sir John de Grey.
(Buildings of England : Oxfordshire, pp.735-7; Greys Court National Trust Guide
Listing NGR: SU7254383442
Source: English Heritage
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