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Description: The Old Rectory
Date Listed: 7 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 134842
OS Grid Reference: SP0694234325
OS Grid Coordinates: 406942, 234325
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0073, -1.9003
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STANTON CHURCH LANE
11/61 The Old Rectory
Former Rectory, now house. About 1820, for Rev. Wynniatt; altered
C20. Ashlar stone, Welsh slate roof. Four-window front, slightly
projecting wings, 2-rooms deep, 2 storeys: lower wing to right.
Front, mullioned windows with hoodmoulds, sashes between mullions;
each 2 panes wide. On left wing 2-storey rectangular bay, 3-light
window from floor level: 3-light wide above, crenellated parapet,
blind single-light window with hoodmould in gable to main roof,
parapet gable, finial on apex. Centre recess raised stone paving,
originally porch removed by Sir P. Stott. Central panelled door
(raised mouldings), 4-centred arch, 2-light window each side, no
hoodmoulds. Above- 2-light window each side, blind single-light in
centre. Right wing 3-light window ground floor, similar but
shorter above, gable as left wing, but finial missing. Chimneys on
ridge main roof each end centre section, base, recesses between
flues, moulded cap. Left return, canted single-storey bay to rear
room, 3-light mullioned window, angled corner buttresses,
crenellated parapet. First floor 2 single-light windows,
hoodmoulds. Parapet gable to left half: chimney on ridge to right
as front. Panelled shutters to front windows.
(B. Little in Gloucester Countryside, Vol IX)
Listing NGR: SP0694234325
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Source: English Heritage
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