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New Hinksey Vicarage

A Grade II Listed Building in Oxford, Oxfordshire

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Latitude: 51.7376 / 51°44'15"N

Longitude: -1.2563 / 1°15'22"W

OS Eastings: 451452

OS Northings: 204580

OS Grid: SP514045

Mapcode National: GBR 8ZB.16P

Mapcode Global: VHCXV.5LQB

Plus Code: 9C3WPPQV+2F

Entry Name: New Hinksey Vicarage

Listing Date: 1 November 2001

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1389486

English Heritage Legacy ID: 488168

Location: Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1

County: Oxfordshire

Electoral Ward/Division: Hinksey Park

Built-Up Area: Oxford

Traditional County: Berkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Oxfordshire

Church of England Parish: South Hinksey

Church of England Diocese: Oxford

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612/0/10086 VICARAGE ROAD
01-NOV-01 New Hinksey Vicarage


Vicarage. 1887-88. Harry Wilkinson Moore with slight amendments by John Oldrid Scott. Brick with pitched tile roof and stone dressings to windows and coursing.

PLAN: One long range adjacent to church. East elevation (facing church) has projecting entrance porch to vestibule that connects both to the parish room and to the hall leading to residential quarters. Trade entrance to this elevation and several service rooms to north end. Large dining room and drawing room each with fireplace and large bay window.

East elevation has projecting gabled porch with plinth and wide tudor arched opening to a recessed door. Stone coursing underneath jettied first floor with triple cusped lancet window in gable. Gable is edged in stone with projecting stone pieces imitating purlins and celtic cross finial to ridge. Two double cross windows (8 lights) to first floor divided by double jettied gables each with a pair of lancets and stone bracketed course below jettied first floor and above trades entrance. Flared buttress. End of range is another pair of double gables (not jettied) with tripartite windows in heavy quoined stone dressings to first floor.

West elevation has five two-storey gables each with a four lancet window in stone dressings under shallow tudor arch to first floor. Stone edging to gables end in decorative drainpipe caps at each valley. Two gables to north end are jettied with stone coursing and curved stone brackets. Centre bay and bay to south end have ground floor bay windows with brick parapets and prominent stone cross windows with heavy stone dressings. Segmental headed doorway with slender sidelights in stone dressings to southern side of final bay. The second bay from the south has ground floor triple cusped lancet window. Flared buttress.

South elevation has projecting end stack to centre flanked by triple cusped lancet windows at first floor under segmental arch.
North elevation of single storey range with simpler windows for service rooms.
Three stacks running across ridge with shallow gabled hoods through which the five pots project.

INTERIOR: Good quality joinery throughout. Stairs behind screen. Timber chimneypieces with marble inserts, one with notable tiles.

A mostly unaltered 1887-88 vicarage by Oxford architect Harry Wilkinson Moore in a thoughtful and well-crafted Tudor manor and Art and Crafts style.
Group value with St John the Evangelist (1899-1900, Bucknall and Comper).

Listing NGR: SP5145104581

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