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Northcourt Cottages

A Grade II Listed Building in Clanfield, Oxfordshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.7173 / 51°43'2"N

Longitude: -1.5856 / 1°35'8"W

OS Eastings: 428721

OS Northings: 202140

OS Grid: SP287021

Mapcode National: GBR 5V3.7Y1

Mapcode Global: VHC0D.G3LC

Entry Name: Northcourt Cottages

Listing Date: 30 March 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1053428

English Heritage Legacy ID: 253756

Location: Clanfield, West Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire, OX18

County: Oxfordshire

District: West Oxfordshire

Civil Parish: Clanfield

Built-Up Area: Clanfield

Traditional County: Oxfordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Oxfordshire

Church of England Parish: Bampton with Clanfield

Church of England Diocese: Oxford

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Listing Text

CLANFIELD BAMPTON ROAD
SP2802-2902 (North side)
7/10 Northcourt Cottages
GV II

House, latterly divided into cottages, now returned to one house. Late C16,
eaves raised and extended mid-to late C18 with later additions and alterations.
Roughly coursed and dressed limestone rubble; stone slate roof. Original 2-unit
plan with prominent gables to front with roof raised and extended by one bay to
right in C18. Two storeys and attic. Original part with outline of former gables
and roof pitch visible to front and left gable end respectively has
ovolo-moulded wooden mullion windows (all of 3 lights except lower left of 5) on
each floor to left and right of central plank door under gabled hood. The
windows ail have leaded lights and have been re-faced in late C20; those to
ground floor have chamfered wood lintels and those to first floor have plain
lintels. C18 extension has infilled doorway with chamfered wood lintel
immediately to right of straight joint and C19 boarded door with chamfered wood
lintel to right. 3-light leaded casement with chamfered wood lintel on each
floor between. 2 gabled dormers with leaded casements in middle of roof slope.
Integral end stacks, left with dripstones and capping, right retaining dripstone
but shaft rebuilt in C20 brown brick. Back wall has 3-light wooden mullion
window to left on ground floor of original part and 3-light mullion window with
moulded lintel to right. Interior: in process of extensive renovation at time of
resurvey (May 1987). Left ground-floor room has chamfered spine beam with
stepped stops arid chamfer-stopped joists. Window seat to splay of front window
formerly not extending full width as window has been restored to its original
width only in late C20; C18 panelled window shutter shows former width of
window, 2 left lights having been infilled. Inglenook fireplace with chamfered
wood lintel (repaired to centre) and run-out stops has successive bread ovens
and later corner seat to left. Former partition running across room to left of
entrance has been removed but said to be C19. Partition on right side of
entrance is timber framed with wattle and daub infill and C19 tongue and groove
boarding applied to left side. 2 plank doors in partition lead to right room (of
original part) which has chamfered spine beam and joists and formerly had wattle
and daub partition across it. Room to right of this, approached through plank
door, has 3 deep-chamfered spine beans and joists, beam to front not tied into
wall suggesting that it may have been open to front and supported by corner
posts. In this case the room may originally have had an agricultural function:
e.g. cowhouse with hay-loft above, not becoming part of domestic accommodation
until C18. Infilled inglenook fireplace to right wall. Oak winder staircase to
right of fireplace in left room leads to first floor and then, through plank
door, continues to attic; infilled chamfered 2-light wooden mullion window to
lower flight. Two left first-floor rooms (now knocked into one) have a few wide
floor boards and fireplace with chamfered wood lintel to front left corner (to
left of ground-floor fireplace); chamfered spine beam and joists with floor
boards of attic visible on top of them (note that tie beams of roof tie across
attic floor boards but are now concealed by C20 suspended floor). C18 part has
wide floor boards and wide plank partition across spine. Winder staircase to
attic (separate from attic of main part and with wide floor boards) has sawn-off
newel to top. Main attic has trenched double-purlin roof in 3 bays with 2 collar
arid tie beam trusses. Plank doors throughout and original moulding to mullions
visible internally.
[2300]


Listing NGR: SP2872102140

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