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Description: St Osyth's Priory Garden Wall Attached to Darcy Wall to South and East Range of Gatehouse to North w
Date Listed: 4 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 120036
OS Grid Reference: TM1215015678
OS Grid Coordinates: 612150, 215678
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7995, 1.0754
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ST. OSYTH THE BURY
15/202 St. Osyth's Priory.
Garden wall attached to
Darcy wall to south and
east range of gatehouse
to north with attached
small outbuilding to
Garden wall. C16. For Lord Darcy. Septaria, rubble and flint with some red
brick, stone capped. Approx. 3-4 metres tall. Later segmental archway with
wrought iron gate to north. Chamfered red brick archway with tiled coping over
to south. Later lean-to attached to south west adjacent to eastern wing of
Gatehouse of similar materials, pantiled roof. Central stone segmental arched
doorway. Vertical slit lights to right and left. Scheduled Ancient Monument
Listing NGR: TM1215015678
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Source: English Heritage
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