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Description: St Peters College, Master Lodge
Date Listed: 12 January 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 245149
OS Grid Reference: SP5109006222
OS Grid Coordinates: 451090, 206222
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7524, -1.2613
ST PETER'S COLLEGE
(Formerly listed as
Oxford Canal Office)
SP 5106 SW 8/431 12.1.54.
Now used by St Peter's College (1949). Built 1827-29, Richard Tawney being
Architect. The South West and North West sides consist of 5-storeyed Headington
Ashlar with a rusticated ground floor, Doric pilasters and moulded cornice
above which is the top storey. Welsh slate hipped roof. 5 sash windows,
on South West side, in plain stone reveals. On the North West is a tetrastyle
Doric portico with a pediment. Above the latter is a relief, sculptured in
Coade stone, of Britannia holding a shield of the arms of the University
impaling the City; in the background are the church of St Mary the Virgin
and the Radcliffe Camera; in the foreground, in front of the latter, is a
barge on a canal (or at a wharf).
Listing NGR: SP5109006222
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Source: English Heritage
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