The palace was erected by John Bancroft, a 17th-century Bishop of Oxford. The original palace was replaced by a second palace. The palace burnt down in the 1960s. Ripon College Cuddesdon is in the grounds of the palace, which is now a private residence.
The Bishop of Oxford now resides in North Oxford.
- Collection Level Description: Photostat copy of plans of Cuddesdon Palace, Oxfordshire, MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 513-14 (R), Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, UK, 1945.
- Cole, J. C. The building of the second palace at Cuddesdon. Oxoniensia, Volume 24, pages 49–69, 1960. Oxford Architectural and Historical Society. ISSN 03085562.
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