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Description: The Old Parsonage
Date Listed: 26 April 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 131569
OS Grid Reference: ST7293898839
OS Grid Coordinates: 372938, 198839
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6877, -2.3929
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ST 79 NW STINCHCOMBE WICK ROAD
3/116 (east side)
GV The Old Parsonage
Parsonage, now dwelling. C17. Large squared and coursed Cotswold limestone, stone
slate roof, but concrete slates to single storey extension. Gable stacks, rubble
rendered, with moulded capings. Two storeys ans attic, principal facade, towards
church, 2+2-windowed, mainly 2-light casement, but at first floor, left, small 2-light
stone mullioned, with glazing bars, in flush surround, and off-centre, left, similar,
but blocked window, two small gabled dormers with casements and leading; off-centre,
right, under one of dormers, large plank door in heavy frame. Rear elevation, towards
road, various casements. This was the Parsonage house, subsequently seems to have
become two cottages, but now is one. Part of group related to Church of St Cyr
Listing NGR: ST7293898839
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Source: English Heritage
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