Description: 82 and 84
Date Listed: 9 August 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 249772
OS Grid Reference: SU5344498772
OS Grid Coordinates: 453444, 198772
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6852, -1.2283
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RADLEY LOWER RADLEY
19/96 Nos.82 and 84
2 houses, now house. Two ranges: No.84 to left of lower No.82. C17, with later
rear additions. C20 concrete render over timber framed on limestone rubble
plinth, except limestone rubble left side wall. No.84 has half-hipped concrete
tile roof and end stack of stone finished in brick: No.82 has gabled concrete
tile roof and rendered left end stack. One-unit to left of 2-unit plans. No.84
of 2-storey, one-window range: C20 doors and casements. Rear outshuts, one to
No.82 housing stair-well, extended in C20. Interior of No.84: blocked door to
original lobby. Chamfered bressumer over open fireplace with stone quoins and
spice cupboard above. Newel stairs with rough newel posts to rear of stack.
First floor has timber framed chimney (a rare survival) intact to roof level.
Clasped-purlin roof with windbraces: C17 plank doors with strap hinges:
chamfered beams, original floor boards, exposed timber framing throughout. No.82
has similar chamfered beams, floor boards, exposed timber framing and plank
door. Blocked lobby-entry : 2 rooms divided by stud partition with beam re-used
from cruck building: timber-framed closed truss above: clasped-purlin roof with
(Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock, PRN, 13591).
Listing NGR: SU5344498772
Source: English Heritage
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