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GREYHOUND INN, CHEPSTOW ROAD, USK

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NPRN 36624

Map Reference SO30SE

Grid Reference SO38080093

Unitary (Local) Authority Monmouthshire

Old County Monmouthshire

Community Usk

Type of Site PUBLIC HOUSE

Broad Class RECREATIONAL

Period Post Medieval

Site Description The Greyhound Inn is a small, single-storey inn of early origins which has retained much of its eighteenth-century character. It is built of stone rubble and rendered with roughcast and has a slate roof with overhanging boarded eaves and tall roughcast corniced end stacks. It has a symmetrical frontage with a full-height central gabled projecting bay with full dormer and ground floor windows either side of a pointed-arched doorway with a recessed door. It has twentieth-century casement windows. The rear elevation shows a lower cross wing incorporated into a parallel higher and later cross wing. It was rurbished in the early - mid nineteenth century and located on the east town boundary it seved travellers passing between Usk and Chepstow.


Source:- Cadw listed buildings, NJR 05/07/2010

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