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West Oxfordshire (District Authority)
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SP 44556 16756


WOODSTOCK MARKET STREET SP4416NE (South side) 10/157 Nos.14-22 (even), (The 13/02/69 Feathers Hotel) (Formerly listed as No.14, No. 16, No.18, No.20, No.22 The Dorchester Hotel) GV II Hotel and 2 houses, now hotel. C17 origins; mostly late C18 and early C19. Two houses to extreme left of c.1820. Coursed limestone rubble, colourwashed to front; gabled Welsh slate roof; brick end stacks. House to centre, early C19 refronting of C17 house, is of similar materials and has stucco front. Both of double-depth plans. 3 storeys. 2-window range to left has bracketed stone slate pentice over C20 door with overlight and C20 bay windows; keyed stone lintels over horned and unhorned 8-pane sashes above. 3-window range to central front has similar pentice over C20 double doors, C20 casement and mid C19 bay window with horned sashes; C20 windows to first floor, which also has early C14 canopied statue of the Virgin Mary reset above doorway; second-floor 8-pane sashes. Late C18 (c.1770) block to right: of Flemish bond brick with stone dressings and storey bands and moulded stone cornice beneath parapet; gabled and hipped concrete tile roof. L-plan, with recessed wing attached to right. 3 storeys. 2-window range, with C18 panelled carriage doors set in archway with keyed segmental-arched architrave to right; C19 six-panelled door with decorative overlight set in keyed moulded stone architrave inside carriageway. 6-pane sashes set in keyed raised architraves; segmental arches over horned and unhorned 6-pane sashes to early C19 bay on left. Early C19 rear left wing, of limestone rubble with Welsh slate roof; sashes to rear right. Interior: C19 panelled doors. Passage between extreme left and central blocks has part of early C17 chamfered plank and stud screen, and early C19 quarter-turn stairs to rear; part of C17 winder stair with newel post on first floor; ground-floor of central block has boxed beams and mid C18 panelling with bolection-moulded overmantle set over segmental-arched fireplace with moulded mantle. To rear of panelled room is stair-hall with stone flag floor, and early C19 dog-leg with landing staircase; door to barrel-vaulted cellars. First floor to right and attics not inspected but likely to be of interest.

Listing NGR: SP4455616756


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

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Date: 24 May 2001
Reference: IOE01/04049/27
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Chris Tresise. Source Historic England Archive
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