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Rectory Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Langford, Oxfordshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.7206 / 51°43'14"N

Longitude: -1.6403 / 1°38'24"W

OS Eastings: 424945

OS Northings: 202496

OS Grid: SP249024

Mapcode National: GBR 5V1.04T

Mapcode Global: VHC0C.J06S

Entry Name: Rectory Farmhouse

Listing Date: 12 September 1955

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1283320

English Heritage Legacy ID: 253855

Location: Langford, West Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire, GL7

County: Oxfordshire

District: West Oxfordshire

Civil Parish: Langford

Built-Up Area: Langford (West Oxfordshire) BU

Traditional County: Oxfordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Oxfordshire

Church of England Parish: Langford

Church of England Diocese: Oxford

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Listing Text

LANGFORD CHURCH LANE
SP2402-2502 (South side)
6/104 Rectory Farmhouse
12.9.55
GV II

Rectory, now farmhouse. Early C17 with later additions and alterations.
Uncoursed limestone rubble; stone slate roofs. H-plan. 2 storeys and gable-lit
attics. 1:3:1 bays; late C18/early C19 tripartite Gothic glazing bar sashes with
slender wooden colonettes to ground and first floors of cross-wings and
casements in similar style to attics, all with dripmoulds. Dripmoulds also to 2
mid-C19 casements on first floor of main range. Blocked doorway to right of
centre in main range has C19 casement to each side. Mid-C19 two-storey gabled
porch projecting in angle with left cross-wing has contemporary segmental-headed
6-paned sash to first floor directly above segmental-headed 6-panel door. Small
ridge stack to right cross-wing, which has more prominent end stack to rear
gable. Rear. Short gabled range (open to ground floor and supported on square
chamfered stone column on one side) attached to right cross-wing. Left return of
left cross-wing has 3-light ovalo-mullioned window with dripmould on each floor
to right. Internal lateral stack to centre with dripstone and paired and rebated
shafts with moulded capping. Segmental-headed archway to left over recessed C20
glazed double doors. Gable end of main range has a 2-light mullion window to
attic and a mullioned and transomed window to first floor, both with dripmoulds
and a C20 canted bay projection. Slightly lower range attached at right-angles
to main range has a mullioned and transomed window with dripmould and a ridge
stack with dripstone and 3 attached and rebated shafts with moulded capping.
Interior. Only partial inspection possible at time of resurvey (April 1987) but
noted as having semi-winder staircase in hall of main range with stick balusters
and open string. Left gabled wing has boxed cross beam and square heavy joists
and chamfered Tudor-arched stone fireplace on ground floor. C20 single-storey
flat roofed addition attached to rear of rear left range is not of special
architectural interest.
(Buildings of England: Oxfordshire: p681)
[2401]


Listing NGR: SP2494602493

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