PRIORY HOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1201374
Date first listed:
03-Apr-1973
Date of most recent amendment:
21-Nov-1994
Statutory Address:
22, CHURCH STREET
Statutory Address:
PRIORY HOUSE, 21, CHURCH STREET

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Location

Statutory Address:
22, CHURCH STREET
Statutory Address:
PRIORY HOUSE, 21, CHURCH STREET

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

County:
Buckinghamshire
District:
Aylesbury Vale (District Authority)
Parish:
Buckingham
National Grid Reference:
SP 69439 33689

Details

BUCKINGHAM

SP6933 CHURCH STREET 879-1/6/46 (East side) 03/04/73 Nos.21 AND 22 Priory House (Formerly Listed as: CHURCH STREET (East side) Nos.21 AND 22)

GV II

Two houses, formerly part of same building. Early-mid C15, sub-divided late C18/early C19 and altered C20. Coursed limestone rubble, probably with timber-framed 1st floor, rendered to front, with plain-tile roofs and brick ridge stacks. 3 units. 2-storey, 5-window range. No.21 (Priory House) has 6-panel door with panelled reveals, and moulded wood surround, flanked by 12-pane windows and 3-light casement windows to 1st floor left and right, either side of 3-light leaded original window with square wood mullions. No.22 has 6-panel door to far left with straight hood on shaped brackets, 12-pane sash window to ground floor right and 2-light sliding sash windows to 1st floor. 2-storey wings to rear, largely C20. INTERIOR: both houses have chamfered cross beam ceilings to ground floor. 1st floors are timber-framed and were formerly open to roof. No.21 has small stone fireplace to 1st floor room with stop-chamfered, cambered bressumer. 3-bay roof has tie beams to principals with short arch-braces to ties, large collars, a possible second tier of collars and 2 tiers of trenched purlins, the lower tier wind-braced. No.22 has small stone cellar with spine beam and reused joists, some roll-moulded and hollow-chamfered with scoop stops. Similar 2-bay roof. Original stud partition between No.22 and the adjacent house No.23 (qv). Both houses were built as one, which also included part or all of No.23 (qv).

Listing NGR: SP6944033690

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
377146
Legacy System:
LBS

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: 05 Mar 2006
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