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Latitude: 51.6792 / 51°40'45"N
Longitude: -1.4113 / 1°24'40"W
OS Eastings: 440799
OS Northings: 197986
OS Grid: SU407979
Mapcode National: GBR 6X1.Q0J
Mapcode Global: VHC0P.H282
Entry Name: Gazebo, Terrace Walls, Gates, Gatepiers and Wall Approximately 74 Metres North West of Kingston House
Listing Date: 6 August 1952
Last Amended: 6 July 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1048380
English Heritage Legacy ID: 249598
Location: Kingston Bagpuize with Southmoor, Vale of White Horse, Oxfordshire, OX13
District: Vale of White Horse
Civil Parish: Kingston Bagpuize with Southmoor
Traditional County: Berkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Oxfordshire
Church of England Parish: Kingston Bagpuize with Southmoor
Church of England Diocese: Oxford
KINGSTON BAGPUIZE WITH SOUTHMOOR KINGSTON BAGPUIZE PARK
14/100 Gazebo, terrace walls, gates,
06/08/52 gatepier and wall approx. 74m
NW of Kingston House
(Formerly listed as Kingston
House including Gazebo)
Gazebo. Early C18. Red brick front of header bond, and Flemish bond centre;
sides and rear of chequer brick. Felt flat roof. Gazebo above cockpit.
One-storey, 2-window range front. Entry to gazebo from terrace flanked by halved
apses with entry to closet on right and stairs on left: gauged brick flat arches
over central 8-panelled door and late C19 single-light casements in outer bays:
flat brick arches-over late C19 panelled doors to sides. 2-storey side walls
have keyed round-arched doorways to cockpit, gauged brick-flat arches over
9-pane sashes and blind window to right: splayed stone stair-light to left.
Carved cornice. Interior: cockpit has quarry tile floor and domed brick ceiling;
stone winder stairs. Panelled gazebo with pilasters flanking windows. Raised
terrace has stone-coped walls of random bond brick, and stone rubble finished in
brick: wall bulges out at intervals to accommodate a group of ancient yew trees.
Stone steps with stone coped ramp and pier descends to fine wrought-iron gates
with crested overthrow arch: L-shaped wall of chequer brick, returned to house
(q.v.), has a brick gatepier with stone pineapple finial at corner. It is likely
that the terrace originally overlooked a formal garden, probably a parterre, to
(Buildings of England: Berkshire, pp.160-161).
Listing NGR: SU4079997986
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