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Description: Garden Gate to Road, Old Rectory, Opposite Drive to Church, and Adjoining Walls
Date Listed: 26 November 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 134339
OS Grid Reference: SO7971019692
OS Grid Coordinates: 379710, 219692
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8754, -2.2961
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HIGHNAM HIGHNAM VILLAGE
9/48 Garden gate to road, Old Rectory,
opposite drive to church, and
Garden gate and adjoining wall. 1851-2 by H. Woodyer for T.
Gambier-Parry. Squared, coursed lias wall, ashlar copings and
dressings to gate; tiled roof. Gate with corbelled roof over,
steps behind, wall along road each side. Boarded door to road,
wrought-iron hinges, moulded stone arch over, plain jambs battered
at foot. Either side long stone corbels, shaped, with marked
projection, carrying wallplate; short, centre corbel over door:
tiled roof above, stone projecting through in centre over door.
Coping to wall slopes down each side of gate; on left continues
level for about 26m from gate; on right about 25m with 4 sloping
steps to coping. Internally short space, then stone steps up to
left between retaining walls, winders at bottom. Built with
Rectory as pedestrian route to church: forms group with that,
school and Church Lodge, (q.v.).
Listing NGR: SO7971219690
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Source: English Heritage
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