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Beaconsfield Farmhouse Granary Range Approximately 40 Metres to West, Great Tew

Description: Beaconsfield Farmhouse Granary Range Approximately 40 Metres to West

Grade: II
Date Listed: 18 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 251818

OS Grid Reference: SP4062327511
OS Grid Coordinates: 440623, 227511
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9446, -1.4104

Location: Great Tew, Oxfordshire OX7 4JR

Locality: Great Tew
Local Authority: West Oxfordshire District Council
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: OX7 4JR

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Listing Text

6/4 Beaconsfield Farmhouse:
granary range approx. 40m. to


Granaries and open sheds. Probably C18. Limestone rubble with marlstone-ashlar
dressings and some weatherboarding; Stonesfield-slate, Welsh-slate and
corrugated-iron roofs. L-shaped plan. 4-bay granary to east stands on 5 circular
piers with bases and caps, the outer piers bonded to the end walls. The upper
floor is weatherboarded, and against the southern gable wall is an ashlar stair
with a dog kennel beneath. Returning westwards from the north end is a 3-bay
stone-slated cartshed with wooden posts supporting the weatherboarded front of a
loft or granary. The single-storey open-fronted 4-bay shed continuing that range
has round stone piers with bases and caps, and a corrugated-iron roof. Interior:
rear wall of eastern range has 3 semicircular stone responds. Beaconsfield Farm
is on the site of a Roman villa.

Listing NGR: SP4062327511

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Source: English Heritage

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