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Description: 1, Kybald Street
Date Listed: 12 January 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 245604
OS Grid Reference: SP5168106145
OS Grid Coordinates: 451681, 206145
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7516, -1.2527
SP 5106 SE 9/358 12.1.54.
RCHM 86. Probably built circa 1600 and is an example of the "ling" type
of plan of an Oxford house. The dormers were added circa 1630. The front
wall has recently been rebuilt with the old material and the back has been
modernised. 2-storeyed rubble and timber-framing with a cellar and 2 gables,
in each of which is a 6-light wood oriel supported on brackets. In the 1st
floor, towards the east side, is a 5-light stone mullioned window and towards
the west, a 3-light late C17 wood casement window. In the ground floor are
2 modern casements. The interior has been mainly modernised but is divided
into four bays by beams. Once was "The Black House" Inn. (For plans, sections
and elevations see Antiq.Jnl. XXVII (1947) 143 and figure 18. and photographs
in NBR) For a drawing by J C Buckler in 1822, see Bodl. M S Don. a.3.1.50.
All the listed buildings in Kybald Street form a group.
Listing NGR: SP5167906145
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Source: English Heritage
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