Distinctive houses

Many of Jericho's houses have been converted from different types of building. Here are some of these.

Former boys school, now School Court

School Court

Published - Dec 26 2012

Former boys'school

23 Albert Street

Published - Jul 02 2000

Used to be the Baker's Arms

24 Great Clarendon Street

Published - Sep 03 1999

Former shop

The building when occupied by a furniture workshop

No. 6 King Street

Published - Mar 02 1999

The building that now houses Art Jericho

No. 35 Albert Street

Published - Nov 02 1998

Former School

27 Cranham Street

Published - Feb 03 1998

Former Wesleyan Chapel

Mutton Yard

Published - Oct 04 1997

Originally part of a slaughterhouse

No 1 King Street

Published - Oct 02 1996

Former grain store

Did you know?

Why Jericho still has such a mix of houses?

Jericho’s intriguing mix of housing today owes a lot, to the Residents’ Association in the 1960s and 1970s which together with the then Vicar and some local councillors resisted plans to bulldoze the whole area and turn it over to offices and light industrial use.

The origins of Walton?

Walton is derived from “wall town” which was used centuries ago to indicate a location outside the Oxford city walls. The ancient manor of Walton was certainly in existence before the Norman conquest in 1066.


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