Category Archives: Oxfordshire

Hensington

Post medieval lodge constructed with dressed ashlar limestone and gabled roof with welsh slate. Grade II listed building at the entrance to Blenheim Palace. Classical form with decorative gables or pediments and Doric order.

Hensington Lodge, Blenheim

Hensington Lodge, Blenheim

Kirtlington Park

Kirtlington Park, a Grade I listed 18th century Palladian country house, east of the village. About 3,000 acres of parkland landscaped by “Capability Brown” with views over the Chiltern Hills. Gate house located along the A4095. Neo-classical proportioned building in stone with central door and pediment gable.

Kirtlington Park, Oxfordshire

Kirtlington Park, Oxfordshire

Bladon

Gate house along A4095 Bladon Road, south east of Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire. Stone building with slate hipped roof, sliding sash windows and Greek classical order adornment. Circular entrance portico with aspe either side of entrance door.

Bladon, Oxfordshire

Bladon, Oxfordshire