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Date Listed: 23 April 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 251670
OS Grid Reference: SP3138527230
OS Grid Coordinates: 431385, 227230
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9427, -1.5448
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CHIPPING NORTON MIDDLE ROW
Former Guildhall, now council offices. Circa 1500-20, extended in the early C18
and the C19 of rubblestone covered with roughcast, stone dressings and a stone
tiled roof gabled at the N end and half hipped at the S. Originally a 3-bay first
floor hall with a 2-bay early C18 S extension and a one-bay C19 N addition.
Externally the early C16 features on the hall section are 2-light mullions with
Tudor arched heads to the E and a 3-light mullion on the W rear wall. At ground
floor level on the E front is a doorway with a four-centred head, spandrels carved
with quatrefoils and mouchettes and chamfered jambs. Other features on this front
include an early C18 depressed archway. Inside the hall section has an early
C16 timber roof structure with 2 bays of principal rafters, collars and arch-
bracing corbels and trenched purlins.
Listing NGR: SP3138527230
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Source: English Heritage
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