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Architecture of South East England

14 January 2012

13th C. – St. Mary’s Church, Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire

The church is in the middle of the village overlooking the village green and is immediately visible from the main road. It was first mentioned in 1115 when Henry I gave land at...

01 May 2012

1419 – St. Mary’s Church, Adderbury, Oxfordshire

A church constructed over several centuries. What is not the transepts is the earliest part, dating from c1250; the main body of the church and tower dates from the early 14th century; with...

04 February 2011

1575 – Middle House, Mayfield, Sussex

Architect: William Houghton Perspective View including details of house built circa 1575 by William Houghton. Published in The Building News, September 22nd 1876.

13 May 2010

1590s – Eastgate House, Rochester, Kent

Grade I Listed, Elizabethan townhouse was built in the late 1590s for Sir Peter Buck, who was Clerk of the Cheque at Chatham’s Royal Dockyard and Mayor of Medway. “The old half-timbered house...

25 November 2014

1660 – Coleshill House, Berkshire

Architect: Sir Roger Pratt Built in the 17th century for Sir George Pratt, Coleshill was the first house to be built for a ‘minor’ gentleman in the classical manner. Designed by the gentleman...

14 January 2011

1670s – Dovecote, Shipton Court, Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire

Shipton Court on the south side of the village was built for the Lacy family in 1603. It was bought and remodelled in 1663 by the Reade family, who retained it until 1868....

15 April 2013

1682 – Tom Tower, Christ Church, Oxford

Architect: Christopher Wren Tom Tower is a bell tower and the main entrance of Christ Church College. This square tower with an octagonal lantern and facetted ogee dome was designed by Christopher Wren...

11 August 2011

1840 – St. James Church, Croydon, Surrey

Architect: Charles Henman Perspective view including ground plan of new Chancel Vestry & Organ Chamber. Now converted for living accommodation. “The Church of St. James’s, Croydon Common, was erected about forty years since....

24 September 2009

1850 – The Grange, Ramsgate, Kent

Architect: Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin It was at The Grange that Pugin produced much of his finest work, sitting in his library high on the chalk cliffs overlooking the Goodwin Sands and working...

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