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Description: The Vicarage
Date Listed: 15 December 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 137837
OS Grid Reference: SU8691249846
OS Grid Coordinates: 486912, 149846
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2412, -0.7563
CHURCH LANE EAST
SU 84 5B 3/15 15.12.81
1901, by Charles Spooner, architect. Lance Wren style house. 2 storeys
and attic. Main front has 2 large non-projecting gables with attic windows and
an off-centre 2 storeyed gabled projecting block with ground floor arches forming
a simple open porch on its east side. Casements with square leaded lights,
some with mullion/trmsoms, taller on the ground floor. West side single
storyed wing (vicarage Cottage). Eastern gable has tile hanging and a casement
attic window, then a bold 2 storeyed segmental bay window with stone framing.
Rear elevation of equal quality. Red tile roofing, diagonal grouped chimneys
on rectangular bases. Red brick walling in English bond. Forecourt wall and
Listing NGR: SU8690549835
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Source: English Heritage
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