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5, Upper Crescent, Minster Lovell

Description: 5, Upper Crescent

Grade: II
Date Listed: 7 July 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 253678

OS Grid Reference: SP3134610923
OS Grid Coordinates: 431346, 210923
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7961, -1.5469

Location: Upper Crescent, Minster Lovell, Oxfordshire OX8 5RT

Locality: Minster Lovell
Local Authority: West Oxfordshire District Council
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: OX8 5RT

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Listing Text

SP3110 (South side)
20/120 No.5
- II

Chartist bungalow. Circa 1847. Roughcast on stone rubble; slate hipped roof;
rendered end stacks and centre stack to rear. Single-storey, 3-bay range. Centre
bay projects forward. C20 porch to centre with C20 part-glazed door. C20 metal
top-hung single-light casements to left and right of centre. C20 wood top-hung,
2-light casements to left and right. Cross-gable to centre bay with quatrefoil
ventilation stone. Interior not inspected. History: Charterville was the third
of five estates established by the National Land Company. Company formed by
Feargus O'Connor in 1845 to enable people from factory towns to live on small
holdings and qualify for a vote. The Land Company ran into difficulties and was
dissolved in July 1851.
(Working-Class Housing in Oxfordshire, by Crispin Paine in "Oxoniensia"
vol 43, 1978, p206-212; Charterville and the Chartist Land Company, by Kate
Tiller in "Oxoniensia" vol 50, 1985, pp251-266)

Listing NGR: SP3134610923

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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