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Latitude: 51.7091 / 51°42'32"N
Longitude: -1.0055 / 1°0'19"W
OS Eastings: 468813
OS Northings: 201619
OS Grid: SP688016
Mapcode National: GBR B15.YCR
Mapcode Global: VHDVM.J99N
Entry Name: 80, High Street
Listing Date: 29 August 2002
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1088109
English Heritage Legacy ID: 489682
Location: Tetsworth, South Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire, OX9
Civil Parish: Tetsworth
Built-Up Area: Tetsworth
Traditional County: Oxfordshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Oxfordshire
Church of England Parish: Tetsworth
Church of England Diocese: Oxford
1706/0/10005 HIGH STREET
House. 1600, or earlier, with C18 and C19 alterations, and minor C20 alterations. Timber-framed with local rubblestone and brick walls. Tile pitched roof with brick chimneystacks.
PLAN: 2 storey, 3-bay house, used as 2 cottages at some point in its history, and possibly built as open hall house, now floored.
EXTERIOR: Front elevation with stone and brick walls, rendered. Three 3-over-3 sash windows to each floor, one to each room. To far right, one-storey C19 brick addition with curved rear wall. To far left, one-storey brick and rubble stone additions. Rear elevation with some exposed timber-frame, otherwise rendered.
INTERIOR: C19 heavy plank door into panelled vestibule, with tiled floors throughout ground floor. To left, larger room with chamfered spine beam with joists; C18 joinery includes corner cupboard with carved shelves, plank doors to cupboards and stair cupboard [behind vestibule], large open fireplace with wood mantel. To right, spine beam to central room with plank doors to rear larder and stair, fireplace with wood mantel between central and right bay. To far right, 4-panel door end room with spine beam and built-in cupboards and C20 fireplace. Above stairs, additional partition in central bay, otherwise in line with roof structure which comprises cambered tie beams with vertical struts to collar and studs below, some with curved braces to wall posts. 2 pairs of curved wind braces to each bay. Curved braces from tie beams in end walls. Bay to left with collar purlin and vertical strut to tie beams read as crown post but possibly a later support as purlins are also used in this bay.
A 3-bay, timber-framed house also with stone and brick walls likely dating from 1600 or possibly earlier, and with a good range of C18 and mid-C19 fittings.
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