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Description: Temple Farmhouse, Doorway and Wall Approximately 40 Metres North
Date Listed: 18 July 1963
English Heritage Building ID: 246512
OS Grid Reference: SP5314901903
OS Grid Coordinates: 453149, 201903
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7134, -1.2321
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SP 5301 SANDFORD-ON-THAMES
10/112 Temple Farmhouse, doorway and
18/07/63 wall approx 40 metres north
(Formerly listed as ... at
Doorway and wall. Doorway dated 1614. Limestone rubble and ashlar. Wall
approx. 40 metres long, running east-west. Doorway has 4-centre moulded arch
with carved spandrels and is flanked by several pieces of medieval carved stone
re-used as walling material. The walling above the arch is now thick with ivy
but earlier descriptions agree with photographs of 1902 showing a segmental
pediment bearing the date 1614. Earlier view (1823) shows the gateway in a
different position facing away from the house with the pediment at a higher
V.C.H. Oxfordshire V, p.268; Buildings of England, Oxfordshire, p.750:
National Monuments Record.)
Listing NGR: SP5314901903
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Source: English Heritage
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