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Chilson Farmhouse and Adjoining Former Barn and Stables

A Grade II Listed Building in Chilson, Oxfordshire

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Latitude: 51.8741 / 51°52'26"N

Longitude: -1.5389 / 1°32'20"W

OS Eastings: 431839

OS Northings: 219600

OS Grid: SP318196

Mapcode National: GBR 6TK.FRG

Mapcode Global: VHBZN.85S5

Entry Name: Chilson Farmhouse and Adjoining Former Barn and Stables

Listing Date: 24 September 1985

Last Amended: 13 June 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1053107

English Heritage Legacy ID: 252443

Location: Chilson, West Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire, OX7

County: Oxfordshire

District: West Oxfordshire

Civil Parish: Chilson

Traditional County: Oxfordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Oxfordshire

Church of England Parish: Charlbury with Shorthampton

Church of England Diocese: Oxford

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Listing Text

SP3119 (North-east side)
12/3 Chilson Farmhouse and
24/09/85 adjoining former barn and
(Formerly listed as Chilson


Farmhouse and adjoining former barn and stables. Late C18 or early C19 house.
Coursed limestone rubble with stone slate roof. L-plan. Two storeys and attic.
Integral dressed stone end stacks with chamfered offsets, weatherings and
moulded cornices, and stone ridge stack at junction with rear wing. Pair of
gabled dormers with 2-light wooden casements. Three-window front; boxed glazing
bar sashes with stone cills and segmental-arched stone heads. Four-panelled door
between first and second windows from left with margin-light rectangular
overlight and moulded flat stone hood on shaped brackets. Later C19 wing to rear
(see straight joints). Interior of house not inspected. C18 former barn
adjoining to right, partly incorporated in the house in the mid-to late C19.
Coursed limestone rubble with stone slate roof. Four bays. One storey and attic
to left. Stone ridge stack off-centre to left with chamfered offset and moulded
cornice. Gabled semi-dormer to left with 4-pane sash, stone cill and chamfered
wooden lintel. Ground-floor 4-pane sash to left with stone cill and
segmental-arched stone head. Gabled porch in second bay from left with blocked
cart entrance (see straight joints and wooden lintel) and smaller inserted
double doors with wooden lintel. Loft opening with wooden lintel in right-hand
gable end. First-floor brick link to house in left-hand gable end. Two tiers of
blocked triangular vents to rear and in right-hand gable end. Blocked rear
doorway (see lintel). Interior of barn: left-hand bay now incorporated in house.
Collar-and-tie-beam trusses and pairs of purlins. Late C18 stables adjoining at
right angles to right. Coursed limestone rubble with stone slate roof. One
storey and loft. Gabled semi-dormer to right with boarded loft door and 2-light
wooden loft casement to left. Small ground-floor window to left with wooden
lintel and inserted C20 metal casement off-centre to right with concrete lintel.
Boarded door to right with wooden lintel and large boarded sliding door
off-centre to left. C19 one-storey block adjoining to right. Squared and coursed
limestone with C20 machine tile roof. Two boarded stable doors with wooden
lintels, and 2-light window to left with wooden lintels. Interiors not
inspected. These buildings form part of a complete farmstead group, including
another larger barn and granary (q.v.).

Listing NGR: SP3183919600

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