Oxford, High St, 106-107

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Historic building in Oxford. Of great architectural and historic interest for it contains probably the finest domestic vaulted cellar in Oxford, a good Cl5 roof and a good, though mutilated C14 window. Historically it is one of the very few examples of a medieval academic hall still surviving; known as Tackley’s Inn and built in 1320, it was the 1st property that Adam de Brome acquired for the foundation of Oriel College in about 1324.

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