2-4, Charlbury Road

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2-4, Charlbury Road
51.7686430° N, 1.2580410° W
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7 Oct 2008

2-4, Charlbury Road designated a Grade II listed building

National Heritage List for England Data

2-4, Charlbury Road is listed on the National Heritage List for England with the following data. Some information may have become outdated since the date of listing. Text courtesy of Historic England. © Crown Copyright, reprinted under the Open Government License.

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SP 51295 08034

612/0/10164 CHARLBURY ROAD 07-OCT-08 2-4

II BUILDING: pair of semi-detached houses.

DATE: 1908-9 with minor alterations.

ARCHITECT: by Stephen Salter. Built by Henry Wild.

MATERIALS: red brick, part roughcast, with tile-hung gabled wings and dormers. Tall gabled centrepiece has dramatic half-timbering with waved pattern, and pargetting with scrolls, sea-creatures and shell. Plain tile roof with waved bargeboards and brick stacks. White-painted wooden casements with glazing bars.

PLAN: Irregular U-plan

FAÇADE: 1908-9 with minor alterations in the Domestic Revival style, on a symmetrical U-plan, with hipped roof over 2-storey and attic main range, and projecting side wings of 1½ storeys. Catslide roof of main range descends over angles to form porches on wooden posts with shaped brackets and Ionic capitals. Panelled doors with small-pane top glazing. Central gable has partitioned lunette gable with wildly waving half-timbering, and pargetting to suggests the character of a grand gatehouse [the decoration is not shown on Salter's original drawings but the pargetting is very similar in style to the carved ashlar decoration on his gables at Lloyds Bank, Carfax of 1900-1]. Side wings have jetties over ground-floor bays and first-floor oriels; flat-roofed dormers, those to main roof long and narrow, with 4 lights. External alterations include narrow side extension to No.4, and enlargement of rear French doors to same; small extensions to rear, and addition of small garage to side of No...

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  1. “2-4, CHARLBURY ROAD.” The National Heritage List for England. Web. Accessed 8 Oct. 2013. <https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1392928>