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Coxs Hall, Stanford in the Vale

Description: Coxs Hall

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 10 November 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 251066

OS Grid Reference: SU3405693116
OS Grid Coordinates: 434056, 193116
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6358, -1.5093

Location: High Street, Stanford in the Vale, Oxfordshire SN7 8NQ

Locality: Stanford in the Vale
Local Authority: Vale of White Horse District Council
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: SN7 8NQ

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Listing Text

SU3493 (North side)
9/236 No.60 (Cox's Hall)

GV 11*

House. Date 1739 on rainwater head, built for John Cox, High Sheriff of
Berkshire; wing to rear right added in mid C19. Rendered front over coursed
limestone rubble exposed at sides and rear, brick dressings; stone slate roof;
stone stacks with brick detailing. Double-depth plan, originally L-shaped. 2
storeys; 5 bays, pedimented central projecting bay. Semi-circular arch with
keystone and impost blocks to 6-panelled door with overlight. Segmental brick
arches with keystones and brick surrounds to 4-pane sashes with original glazing
bars, except semi-circular arch with keystone, impost blocks and half-H apron to
sash over door. Keys of first-floor windows touch strinq course beneath parapet,
which is ramped up to central pediment; keyed oculus is to top of central bay.
Brick corner pilasters have stone astragal and entablature. Contemporary
rendered single-storey block to right of front with one similar sash. Gabled
roof; ridge stack has similar stone detailing. Similar details to door and
sashes of 2-window range left side wall, which also has a similar lateral stack;
2-storey canted bay window to rear of this wing. Late C19 three-light stone
mullioned and transomed, ovolo-moulded stair-light to rear. Gabled wing to rear
right in similar style and materials is probably mid C19. Attached to right side
wall is late C19 flat roofed extension with a gabled single-storey extension to
the rear. Original shutters, 6-panelled doors in moulded architraves. Interior:
Room to right has mid C18 fireplace. Moulded dado and skirting, Doric pilasters
with guttae flank door blocked by cupboard; to right of this a reeded architrave
to blocked window opening. Room to left has keyed semi-circular arches with
fluted pilasters and moulded imposts to 2 niches in rear wall. Passage between
these rooms from front door to hall at rear which has dog-leg with landing
stairs; fluted newel, alternately fluted on vase and barley-sugar on vase
balusters, panelled dado. Fine 6-panelled door to right of hall has eared and
keyed semi-circular arch with dentilled entablature. First floor: 2-panelled
doors in moulded architraves. Panelled room to right has fireplace with fluted
key and 2 blocked windows to rear. Room to left is panelled to front and right
walls. 2 panelled rooms to rear left with mid C18 fireplace. Early C18 reset
bolection-moulded fireplace in mid C19 room to rear right.
(Buildings of England: Berkshire, p.227; V.M. Howse, Stanford-in the-Vale: A
Parish Record, Vol.5, 1962, p.251).

Listing NGR: SU3405693116

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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