Tag Archives: house

Witney, Market Square, Woodcote

Historic building in Witney. House, now shop and dwelling. C17. Coursed limestone rubble; C19 stucco front. Gabled concrete tile roof, cross-gabled to front; brick internal stacks. Double-depth plan.

Witney, Market Square, 16

Historic building in Witney. House. c,1725. Limestone ashlar; gabled stone slate roof; stone end stacks. Central -staircase plan. Early Georgian style. 3 storeys; symmetrical 5-window range. Early C18 six-panelled door with overlight set in line pedimented doorcase with Tuscan pilasters. Raised architraves, with triple keyblocks except to attic, to late C19 plate-glass sashes.

Witney, Church Green, Old Rectory

Historic building in Witney. Rectory, now schoolbuilding of Henry Box School (q.v.). 1723, for Reverend Robert Friend. Ashlar front; hipped stone slate roof; stone ashlar ridge stacks. Double-depth plan. Early Georgian style. 2 storeys and attic; 5-window range.

Witney, Church Green, The Hermitage

Historic building in Witney. House, now office, dwelling and 3 flats. Early C16; late C17 alterations. Coursed limestone rubble; gabled stone slate roof; end stacks of stone (right) and stone finished in C20 brick (left); front and rear lateral stacks of stone finished in C18 brick. 3-unit through-passage plan with rear right wing. 2 storeys […]

Witney, Church Green, Wychwood

Historic building in Witney. House. now 2 dwellings. Early C16: mid C18 front. Coursed limestone rubble with dressed quoins: gabled stone slate roof; late C18 and C19 brick ridge stacks; rear lateral external stack of stone finished in brick. 3-unit plan with through-passage and rear left wing.

Cirencester Park: Ivy Lodge

Historic building in Cirencester. House, offices and barn with attached granary and cartshed embellished as landscape feature. Early/mid C18.

Cirencester, Watermoor Rd, Chesterton Manor

Historic building in Cirencester. house, now offices, dating from the early and mid- to late-C17 with mid-C18 and C20 alterations; there is some archaeological evidence of an earlier building on this site.

Cirencester, Thomas St, Weavers Hall

Historic building in Cirencester. Almshouse. Late C15; founded by Sir William Nottingham before 1483. Coursed limestone rubble; stone slate roof with coped verges; stone right-end stack enlarged in brick, brick left-end stack. Through-passage plan, now one house to each side.

Cirencester, Thomas St, 24-28

Historic building in Cirencester. Offices. C15 and C16 with later alterations. Coursed squared limestone rubble with ashlar dressings; stone slate roofs with coped verges; brick right-end stacks to front and rear ranges to right, ashlar ridge stack with moulded top to left, brick stack to right side of rear wing to left. Building is L-plan […]

Cirencester, Thomas St, 22

Historic building in Cirencester. House, formerly vicarage, now offices. Mid/late C18 with late C19 additions. Limestone ashlar, coursed limestone rubble to sides and rear, C19 additions in coursed squared limestone; hipped parapeted stone slate roof, Welsh slate to C19 additions; ashlar stacks on shaped parapet to left and right sides of main range, stone stack […]