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Description: The Rectory
Date Listed: 31 July 1963
English Heritage Building ID: 142223
OS Grid Reference: SU8218136320
OS Grid Coordinates: 482181, 136320
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1203, -0.8272
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SU 83 NW HEADLEY HIGH STREET
8/34 The Rectory
House. Early C18. Stone and stucco, with a slate roof. Symmetrical front
(east) of 2 storeys and attic, 5 windows. Steep hipped roof: 3 dormers with
fully-moulded cornices, having triangular pediments on either side of a
segmental pediment, and casements. Ashlar walls, with stone coping to a deep
parapet, containing panels above the openings,early C19 Gothic weathering band
below the parapet and at lst floor level, rubbed brick arches (cambered to the
1st floor, flat to the ground floor), deep plinth (cut away for the ground
floor cills), stone cills. Sashes in exposed frames. The doorway has a plain
frame, enclosing a Gothic fanlight, and double doors with ½-glazing, with narrow
side lights. The rear, (west) elevation it not symmetrical, of 4 upper windows;
the walls have been stuccoed, with plain parapet namd and high plinth, panels
on the parapet above the openings, sashes in exposed frames and a C20 brick
porch, the old wider inner door having panelled reveals. The end walls are
mainly of ironstone with brick dressings, the north side having an old leaded
casement in the attic gable. There is an old hopper-head at the north east
corner. Inside, there are panelled doors in architraves, and a room having C18
pinewood panelling, C17 panelling below the dado, a C17 (re-used) door, a C18
cupboard (of niche form), and a stone fire-surround with a simple moulding.
Listing NGR: SU8217236177
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Source: English Heritage
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