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The Black Horse Inn The Cottage, Oxford

Description: The Black Horse Inn The Cottage

Grade: II
Date Listed: 12 January 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 245802

OS Grid Reference: SP5236105971
OS Grid Coordinates: 452361, 205971
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7500, -1.2429

Location: A420, Oxford OX4 1AR

Locality: Oxford
Local Authority: Oxford City Council
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: OX4 1AR

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Listing Text

(South Side)
No 102 (The Black Horse Inn)
No 1O2A (The Cottage)
SP 5205 19/497 12.1.54.
RCHM 248. Early C17. North elevation is 2-storeyed roughcast rubble with
cellars, a tiled pent, cornice at the 1st floor and a boxed-out bar-front
on a brick base. A modern tile roof and brick stacks. There are 4 gables,
the two on the East being tile-hung with modern 4-light casement windows
and the two on the West with C18 2-light casements. The East end of the
lst floor has modern 4-light casements and the West end a double C18-C19
sash window. Between the house and the road are old cobble setts in what
is now an unfenced forecourt with trees. At the back on South are modern
brick additions against 2 gables of the original house which also has a C17
staircase projection here. The whole house has recently been repaired and
part remodelled. The stabling has been removed at the back. Interior:
RCHM p 184 a. Includes an original stone fireplace and some panelled doors
which were said to be still there in 1949.
To the West is "The Cottage" (No 102A) which is possibly C18 and built against
the inn. It is a l-storeyed building with a gabled attic dormer, a Welsh
slate roof and a boxed-out splayed C18 style sash window on a brick base.

Listing NGR: SP5236105971

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Source: English Heritage

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