PRIORY COTTAGE THE PRIORY

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II*
List Entry Number:
1052724
Date first listed:
06-Aug-1952
Date of most recent amendment:
19-Feb-1988
Statutory Address:
PRIORY COTTAGE, 127, THE CAUSEWAY
Statutory Address:
THE PRIORY, 123, THE CAUSEWAY

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THE PRIORY
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Location

Statutory Address:
PRIORY COTTAGE, 127, THE CAUSEWAY
Statutory Address:
THE PRIORY, 123, THE CAUSEWAY

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County:
Oxfordshire
District:
Vale of White Horse (District Authority)
Parish:
Steventon
National Grid Reference:
SU 46558 91503

Details

STEVENTON THE CAUSEWAY SU4691 (South side) 12/78 Nos.123 (The Priory) and 127 06/08/52 (Priory Cottage) (Formerly listed as No.123 (The Priory))

GV II* Includes those parts formerly separately listed as Nos.125, 127 The Causeway and No.1 (Priory Cottage) Mill Street. Priory, now 3 dwellings. South-west block of c,l330; north-west block of c.1463; hall of c.1500; service wing to hall of c.1550; late C16 range to east; with later alterations. Irregular and large timber-framing, with some close-studding; painted brick and rendered infill; complex old plain-tile roof; various brick stacks: massive stone end stack to right with brick flues. Courtyard plan, with wing to east. 2-storey, 7-window range with 2-storeys-and-attic cross-wing to left. Plank door to right of centre with flat hood. 4-panel door to left of centre with flat hood, 4-panel part-glazed door to end of cross-wing to left. Irregular fenestration of casements and sashes except wood oriel window to ground floor right, having wood mullion and transom windows and flanking 3-light wood mullion windows. Wood oriel to first floor right, having wood mullion and transom windows. Cross-gable to centre. Jettied cross-gable to right with pendant bosses. Rear: part-encased in brick. Interior: false-hammer-beam roof truss to hall with 2 tiers of curved wind braces, Massive stone fireplace to hall. Crown-post roofs to west range and to west part of north range, Queen-post roof to rest.. Some medieval wood arched doorways visible. History: priory from 1330, and on the site of earlier priory buildings and partly used as the manor. ("Smaller Domestic Architecture and Society in North Berkshire, c.l300-c.1650, with special reference to Steventon" by C.R.J. Currie (Oxford Univ. Ph.D,thesis, 1976)

Listing NGR: SU4655891503

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
251392
Legacy System:
LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Currie, C R J , Smaller Domestic Architecture and Society in North Berkshire c1300-c1650 with special reference to Steventon, (1976)

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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Date: 01 Dec 2002
Reference: IOE01/06223/07
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