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Description: The Old Parsonage
Date Listed: 25 August 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 129927
OS Grid Reference: SP1638222503
OS Grid Coordinates: 416382, 222503
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9008, -1.7633
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10/49 The Old Parsonage
House set back from road in garden. c.1700. Extended and remodelled in C19.
Coursed rubble with Cotswold stone roofs: gable end ashlar chimneys. Consists of
one range in 2 parts running east-west and a range of extensions, partly
constructed in brick forming T-plan to north. 2 storeys and gable-lit attic and
larger part which has 2 mullioned windows on 1st floor to north. South front
more regular: main part has 2:1 windows, the left hand range being mullioned, and
a projecting gabled 2 storey porch over on ground floor with stone columns: lower
mid-C19 wing to left with irregular casements. Possibly erected as a result of
the Enclosure Award, 1731 for Lower Slaughter.
Listing NGR: SP1638222503
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Source: English Heritage
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