Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1357131

Date first listed: 12-Sep-1955

Date of most recent amendment: 01-Mar-1990

Statutory Address: ELM HOUSE, CHURCH LANE


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Statutory Address: ELM HOUSE, CHURCH LANE

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

County: Oxfordshire

District: West Oxfordshire (District Authority)

Parish: Shilton

National Grid Reference: SP 26649 08454


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SP20NE Elm House (previously 4/294 listed as Elm Farm- 12.9.55 house).


Former Farm House. Dated 1683. Coursed rubble and ashlar quoins on chamfered plinth, Cotswold stone roof. Square paired end chimneys, to east retaining joint capping. 2 storeys on basement, gable - lit attic. 2:3 windows, cross mullion wooden casements with chamfered wooden lintels on ground floor and continuous wooden string lintel over 1st floor. Two 2-light stone mullion windows to basement or cellar (left). Roughly central ledged door with date in raised letters in panel above. 1-bay extension to right, chimney dated 1684 - here the ground floor window and door have stone flat arches. Good interior. Well staircase with ball- topped newels (2 retain turned underside) and fattish turned balusters on moulded string. In ground floor east room a good stone Tudor-arch fire- place with cornice; west room has cambered wooden lintel to fireplace with cut firearm brackets over, and a wide stop chamfered spine beam. Diamond- stop-chamfers to door-surrounds. The east room has a plaster design above the fireplace. A little bit of carving occurs on a quoin to right of main block.

Listing NGR: SP2664908454


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Legacy System number: 422344

Legacy System: LBS

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