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Description: The Old Rectory
Date Listed: 4 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 131252
OS Grid Reference: SP0176007788
OS Grid Coordinates: 401760, 207788
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7688, -1.9759
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NORTH CERNEY NORTH CERNEY VILLAGE
SP01 075 -
16/229 The Old Rectory
(formerly listed as Rectory and
4.2.52 Stable Block)
Former rectory now house, built 1694 by Rev. John Coxe. Incised
render; stone slate roof, ashlar stacks. 'U'-shaped plan. Flat-
roofed extension inserted in the courtyard and to the rear not of
special interest. Two storeys attic and cellar. Formerly
symmetrical 7-windowed entrance (east) front lit by 12-pane sashes
with ovolo-moulded surrounds; 3-windows to the left of the door
elongated 8-pane sashes. Cenral double door (up 3 stone steps)
with fielded panels with moulded architraves and keystones which
are extended up to meet a continuous dripmould; similar dripmould
above the first floor windows; 3 segmental-headed roof dormers with
6-pane sashes; C19 gabled wrought iron porch. Two and 3-light
double-chamfered stone-mullioned casements and an ovolo-moulded
cross window at the rear. Single-storey C20 porch rear right.
Right-hand return: a flat roofed single-storey bow window (added
c1828) lit by three 12-pane sashes with dressed stone architraves
and keystones; band and moulded cornice above windows; tripartite
sash above the bow window; painted arms of University College
Oxford to the right; fenestration otherwise 12-pane sashes with
ovolo-moulded surrounds. Hipped roof with projecting and axial
stacks with moulded capping.
Interior: original C17 dogleg staircase with turned balusters and
ramped handrail. Bolection moulded architraves formerly in hall
(D. Verey, The Buildings of England: The Cotswolds, 1979).
Listing NGR: SP0175607791
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Source: English Heritage
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