Garden Walls To North And West Of Chilton House Including That On East Side Of St Mary's Churchyard

7 Oct 2002
Garden Walls To North And West Of Chilton House Including That On East Side Of St Mary's Churchyard, Thame Road, Chilton, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, HP18 9LT
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This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.


1/62 Garden Walls to North and West of Chilton House, including that on east side of St.

Mary's Churchyard


Boundary walls. C16, C17, repaired C18. Brick with some stone arches, north east wall mainly stone rubble, with brick sections.

The walls enclose the garden north and west of Chilton House, the west side along the churchyard, the east along the stable yard to Chilton House. West wall along Churchyard. C16 brick with 2 doorways, the south one blocked with stone, moulded pointed arch, the north one with 4 centred stone arch and square label. Some diaper brickwork facing church, including cross in dark header bricks. Cogged eaves to brick coping and with plinth. Further west and north walls C16 brick, some repaired in C18 brick. Arched bee-boles on house side.

East wall. North part in C16 and C18 brick with 2 further bee-boles.

Then changes to coursed rubblestone in which are 2 moulded stone arches with chamfered jambs and 4-centred heads with label moulds. Arches of 2 hollow chamfered orders. The north arch leads to stable yard, the south one is blocked and both are C16.

RCHMI. 105. MON. 1 (part) and MON.2. (part).

Listing NGR: SP6868411701


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Brick, Rubble, Stone, Medieval Garden Wall, Tudor Gardens Parks And Urban Spaces, Elizabethan Monument <By Form>, Wall, Barrier, Bee Bole, Agriculture And Subsistence, Arch