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Eynsham Parish Council
Listed Buildings

Listed Buildings

The parish of Eynsham has around 92 buildings of special architectural or historic interest. Grade II buildings are "key elements in the historic character of the settlements and landscape". They "range from grand houses to simple cottages, farm buildings to ... telephone boxes".

Visit our interactive map of Grade II structures in the village - new for 2013.

There is also an image gallery, covering:

  • Part 1: Abbey Street; Acre End Street; Church Street; High Street; Lombard Street; and Mill Street
  • Part 2: Newland Street; Oxford Road; Queen Street; The Square; Station Road; Tanners Lane; Witney Road.

The map and image gallery are complemented by a tour of the Conservation Area and a visit to St Leonard's church (Grade II*).

Click to download this map of listed buildings


The "listing" process is the responsibility of English Heritage. A copy of West Oxfordshire's list is available for inspection in the District Council Planning Department. Descriptions are taken from Victoria County History vol XII (British History Online).

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    Eynsham Record 29
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  • 13 October
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