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Description: Aston Chace
Date Listed: 26 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 126755
OS Grid Reference: SP1969035705
OS Grid Coordinates: 419690, 235705
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0194, -1.7145
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SP 1935 7/42 BLOCKLEY ASTON MAGNA
Nos 14, 15 & 16
Circa 1700. Picturesque Cotswold cottage row. Built in coursed rubble with modern
tiled roof. Two storeys, Nos 14 and 15 altered as pair with central modern doors with
integral fanlights: one window each, 3-light mullioned casements with drips on ground
floor. Lower 2 window extension to right, No 16, formerly only single storey: early
C18 with central Tudor arch doorway and later casement windows (Aston Chace).
Interior of Inglenook has chamfered spine beam and joists with steps and a large
inglenook fireplace. Inglenook also has an arched gable light to attic (rear).
Listing NGR: SP1969035705
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Source: English Heritage
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