A pub has stood on this site from the early eighteenth century, although the larger part of the building dates from about the 1840's. There are two bars, one in the old and one in the 'newer' building. The public bar is comfortable and well furnished, and has a darts room. The lounge, in the older part, is dark wood panelled and quaintly old-fashioned.
The Greyhound has historical connections with horse racing, as well as blood sports, such as coursing and cock-fighting, which were popular in the eighteenth century. Carshalton was once a village in the rolling Surrey countryside but is now part of Greater London. Locally it is known for its ponds which create a picturesque setting. Many of the village's historic buildings have survived and there is a heritage centre next to the ponds.
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