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Description: St John's Vicarage
Date Listed: 20 May 1957
Date Delisted: 12 November 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 101867
OS Grid Reference: SZ0865394496
OS Grid Coordinates: 408653, 94496
Latitude/Longitude: 50.7500, -1.8787
16/165 VICARAGE ROAD
5186 VICARAGE ROAD
St John's Vicarage
SZ 0894 16/165 20.5.57
Polychromatic Gothic, circa 1875, lively use of local buff brick with red brick
dressings and patterns, no doubt by a local architect. Heat wing almost detached,
as though a public building: 2 storeys, with north elevation of 3 coupled red
brick lancets to each floor (2 central pairs on 1st floor blind); arched door
to left with single lancet over. Ground floor voussoirs banded with stone; both
tiers of windows have stringcourse of stone breaking over as hoodmould. West
gable end with stepped triplet of lancets under relieving arch on 1st floor,
ground floor blind with crucifix pattern in diapering. Chimneybreast with high
stack on south. Main dwelling house to east informal and rather nondescript
by contract: red brick bands and eaves cornices, buff terracotta segmental window
heads to east, 2 east gables have eaves of red brick, with inset roundel of herringbone
buff brick recessed in red brick of gable apex. 2 north gables with straight-headed
Stone-mullioned windows, next to glazed porch, 2 west gables with red brick segmental
heads to windows.
Listing NGR: SZ0865394496
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Source: English Heritage
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