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Description: St Osyth's Priory Ruined East Range and Tower
Date Listed: 21 February 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 120035
OS Grid Reference: TM1219715738
OS Grid Coordinates: 612197, 215738
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8000, 1.0761
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ST. OSYTH THE BURY
15/201 St. Osyth's Priory.
21.2.50 Ruined east range and Tower (formerly listed as pa
Tower ( formerly listed as part
of Buildings comprised in
GV St Osyth's Priory
Ruined east range and tower. C16 for Lord Darcy. Stone rubble, some septaria
and ashlar cheque work. Semi-octagonal south east tower with ruined wall
attached to north. The tower has a 2 light window under a square head with
label over to east wall, 2 light windows under segmental heads, sunk spandrels,
labels over to south east and south west angles of upper stage. Label of former
doorway now with brick arch under to north wall. North west angle, small brick
ogee inserted into earlier work above which is a chamfered 2 centre arched
doorway. Wall to north approx. 7 metres high of 2 storeys. First floor with 2
and 3 light moulded brick window openings, stone faced to east. Ground floor,
stone 2 centred arch doorway and larger segmental archway to south. Small
segmental arched opening. Ogee archway to south west. Scheduled Ancient Monument
Listing NGR: TM1219715738
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Source: English Heritage
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