Grade two star listed building

Bewdley, Stourport Rd, 5-9

Bewdley, Stourport Rd, 5-9

Oxford, Judge’s Lodging

Oxford, Judge’s Lodging

Historic building in Oxford. 1702. 2-storeyed ashlar (refaced in 1932) with cellars and rusticated quoins. Moulded cornice, pedimented centrepiece and a stone slate roof in which are… Read more »

Oxford, Radcliffe Infirmary

Oxford, Radcliffe Infirmary

Historic hospital in Oxford. 1759-70, by Stiff Leadbetter, and founded on the benefaction of Dr. John Radcliffe. 3-storeyed Headington ashlar with attics in a Welsh slate mansard… Read more »

Oxford, Headington Hill Hall

Oxford, Headington Hill Hall

Historic country house in Oxford.  c1856-8 by John Thomas for James Morrell, a local brewer; built by Joseph Castle. 1872, interior extensively remodelled for G.H. Morrell by… Read more »

Oxford, St Giles House, Garden House

Oxford, St Giles House, Garden House

Historic college in Oxford.  Incorporates Radcliffe Camera dome model, c.1740. Ashlar with lead covered dome. Rectangular plan. 4 composite columns, the centre two projecting, support an entablature… Read more »

Oxford, Campion Hall

Oxford, Campion Hall

Historic building in Oxford. Private Hall. Late C16/early C17 with later alterations and wing of 1934-6. Built to designs of Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1934-6 and incorporating,… Read more »

Oxford, Hertford College

Oxford, Hertford College

West range East range Historic college in Oxford. Founded as a theological college by the Congregationalists in 1886. Built in Milton ashlar in 1887-89 on 3 sides… Read more »

Oxford, Mansfield College

Oxford, Mansfield College

Historic college in Oxford.  Founded as a theological college by the Congregationalists in 1886. Built in Milton ashlar in 1887-89 on 3 sides of a square facing… Read more »

Oxford, St Peter’s College

Oxford, St Peter’s College

Historic college in Oxford. Master Lodge (formerly Oxford Canal Office): 1827-29, by Tawney; SW & NW sides consist of 5-storeyed Headington Ashlar with a rusticated ground floor,… Read more »

Oxford, Wadham College

Oxford, Wadham College

Historic college in Oxford. South Block: 1693-4; further South a building of c1796, converted to rooms c1827; two joined by stone gateway onto Parks Road; facade of… Read more »