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Description: Worcester College, North Range
Date Listed: 12 January 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 245208
OS Grid Reference: SP5090506525
OS Grid Coordinates: 450905, 206525
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7551, -1.2639
SP 5006 NE 4/132A 12.1.54.
On North-East is a range of C15 camerae now converted to Senior Common Room
and rooms. The part East of the central pediment for the width of 8 windows
was built in 1735-59 to design of Dr George Clarke by his trustee in Headington
stone. John Townesend being the mason; the latter seems to have designed
the North elevation, for Clarke left no design for this. The pedimented centrepiece
of 3 windows and the West part of 8 windows was built, with the Provost's
Lodging further West, in 1773-6 to the design of Henry Keene. An attic floor
was added to the North range in 1926. Major alterations in 1966.
Listing NGR: SP5093706526
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Source: English Heritage
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