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Description: Abbey Precinct Wall
Date Listed: 24 February 1958
English Heritage Building ID: 208815
OS Grid Reference: TQ3014879337
OS Grid Coordinates: 530148, 179337
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4980, -0.1265
TO 3079 SW CITY OF WESTMINSTER BROAD SANCTUARY, SW1
101/20 (ABBEY PRECINCT AND
Abbey Precinct Wall
Precinct wall. Early medieval and c.1374 with later additions and
alterations. 20 ft high wall of Kentish Ragstone rubble with ashlar below
high tide level along the former river front, weathered brick coping. The
wall can be traced above ground level eastwards from the left hand part of
the ground floor of No. 30 Great College Street, free standing along the
south and east sides of the Abbey or Canons' Garden. The re-entrant
opposite the Jewel Tower was built c.1374-76 and is incorporated into No. 4
and the otherwise post war rebuilt No. 3 Little Cloisters. The early wall
returns westwards to the south of the Chapter House and is incorporated
into the back north elevation of Nos. 2, 2A, 2B and No. 3 Little Cloisters
with rebuilt octagonal stone tower to rear of No. 1. To Great College
Street there are late medieval 5-centred arched doorways and later C.18 and
C.19 square headed doorways inserted.
Listing NGR: TQ3014879336
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