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© Mrs A H Jacobs

IoE Number: 250276
Location: THE ABBEY, ABBEY CLOSE
  ABINGDON, VALE OF WHITE HORSE, OXFORDSHIRE
Photographer: Mrs A H Jacobs
Date Photographed: 11 April 2007
Date listed: 10 December 1971
Date of last amendment: 10 December 1971
Grade II

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752ABBEY CLOSESU 5097 1/158The Cosener's HouseII

1. 752 ABBEY CLOSE SU 5097 1/158 The Cosener's House II 2. Formerly "The Abbey". C18 and C19 house in two buildings. Main building is C18. Three storeys. Blue brick with red brick dressings. Parapet. Band between storeys. Three windows, red brick architraves, segmental arches to top floor, moulded wood flush frames, double hung sashes with glazing bars. On first floor, two three-light windows in segmental recesses flank one segmental arched window. On ground floor two similar windows flank a six panel door in panelled wood architrave beneath a glass fanlight and noulded brick pediment. To right a matching later extension. Left hand wing of two storeys. C18 red and blue brick. Parapet and cornice. Tile roof. Three windows, band between storeys and cornice. Nine panel door in architrave with pedimented brick hood with keystone, supported on consoles. Left hand window has flat arch, double hung sash with glazing bars. To the right a rectangular bay, brick plinth, double sashes with glazing bars, wood bolection moulded frieze and cornice. To tile left a one storey later addition, hipped slate roof. Double hung sash windows with glazing bars in elliptical recess, red brick architrave. One other window to left. Two gables to garden elevation. Interior staircase and gallery with alternate straight and spiral turned balusters. Panelled walls.

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