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58 and 60, East St Helen Street, Abingdon on Thames

Description: 58 and 60, East St Helen Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 10 December 1971
English Heritage Building ID: 250372

OS Grid Reference: SU4972596785
OS Grid Coordinates: 449725, 196785
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6677, -1.2824

Location: St Helen's Wharf, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 5EB

Locality: Abingdon on Thames
Local Authority: Vale of White Horse District Council
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: OX14 5EB

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Listing Text

(South East Side)

SU 4996 1/202 Nos. 58 and 60


One building. Originally chequered brick, now partly renewed.
No. 60 has date 1748.
No. 58. Two storeys and attics, gable end to road. One small window
in gable. Rubble ground floor, rest of building brick. Ground floor -
one blocked window in brick rusticated architrave. Brick architrave to
flat carriage arch with loading door over. Two light ventilation
windows to left. Used for storage.
No. 60. Two storeys. Stone plinth. Tile roof. Some windows rebuilt.
Three windows, casements with leaded lights in brick architrave. On
first floor, windows have brick labels but on the ground floor only the
small window to the right has a label. Modern door in moulded brick
architrave with three brick keystones. Carved semi-circular hood.
To rear, rebuilt.
Right hand section of No. 60. Tile roof with two modern brick chimneys
on carved brackets. One storey and attics. Rubble. One canted oriel
window to the river elevation with keystone and pilaster ornament, three
lights. One four-light mullion above, moulded cornice, lead glazed
casements. Street elevation, four windows, two on the left having drip-
moulds above six light transom and mullion with stone tracery in the head.
Probably much restored. One restored three-light window under moulded
cornice. One two-light window with tracery in the head, which may be
original C15 work, to the right. Balustered gallery at first floor
level inside house, which was used as a malthouse of John Tomkins in 1748.

Nos. 2 to 60 (even) form a group.

Listing NGR: SU4972596785

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Source: English Heritage

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