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Description: Wytham Abbey,walls and Attached Stables Approximately 15 Metres North East Together with Gate Piers
Date Listed: 24 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 249856
OS Grid Reference: SP4743508566
OS Grid Coordinates: 447435, 208566
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7738, -1.3139
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10/179 Wytham Abbey, walls and
attached stables approx. 15m.
NE together with gatepiers
Walls, gateplers amd gate and attached stables. Early C19. Low wall across front
of Wytham Abbey (q.v.): of coursed dressed limestone with stepped stone coping
and gabled ashlar piers and iron gates: approx. 50m. long and curves away past
pier at south end. North end attached to tall octagonal gatepier and tall wall
to east of coursed limestone rubble with crenellated ashlar parapet which is
continued over gable end, with reset early C14 two-light window, of C18 stable
block remodelled in early C19. Approx. 40m. long and L-shaped: lower arm,
approx. 20m. long and attached to Church of All Saints (q.v.), incorporates C15
moulded stone doorway from Cumnor Place (demolished 1811). Included for group
Listing NGR: SP4743908571
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Source: English Heritage
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