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Paradise Street is a street in central Oxford, England1 It is in the St Ebbe's area of Oxford, to the southwest of Oxford Castle
The street runs from Paradise Square to Quaking Bridge, across Castle Mill Stream It continues to the east into Castle Street
Historically, both Greyfriars and Blackfriars lived here1 On the south side of the street is a late 17th-century house, Greyfriars, conserved in 1985
Swan Bridge is a Grade II listed bridge over the Castle Mill Stream forming part of Paradise Street The bridge was Grade II listed in 19722
The Swan's Nest Brewery, later the Swan Brewery, was established by the early 18th century in Paradise Street In 1795, it was acquired by William Hall3 The brewery became known as Hall's Oxford Brewery, which acquired other local breweries Hall's Brewery was acquired by Samuel Allsopp & Sons in 1926, after which it ceased brewing in Oxford4
In 1885, Castle Terrace was built by F J Codd in the street This became Simon House, for homeless men
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The former St Ebbe's Rectory, designed by G E Street in 1852, off Paradise Street
Another view of the St Ebbe's Rectory
Blue plaque for John Stansfield 1854–1939, Rector of St Ebbe's Church 1912–26, on the wall of the former St Ebbe's Rectory
Detail of the porch on the former school on Paradise Street
The Jolly Farmer public house on Paradise Street
- ^ a b Hibbert, Christopher, ed 1988 "Paradise Street" The Encyclopaedia of Oxford Macmillan p 313 ISBN 0-333-39917-X
- ^ "Swan Bridge, Oxford" British Listed Buildings Retrieved 20 August 2012 External link in |work= help
- ^ Page, WH, ed 1907 "Industries: Malting and Brewing" A History of the County of Oxford Victoria County History Volume 2 Archibald Constable & Co pp 225–277
- ^ Richmond, Lesley; Turton, Alison 1990 The Brewing industry: a guide to historical records p 165 ISBN 978-0-7190-3032-1
Coordinates: 51°45′04″N 1°15′49″W / 517511°N 12636°W / 517511; -12636
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