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Description: The Old House
The Old Rectory
Date Listed: 24 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 146432
OS Grid Reference: SU6118521067
OS Grid Coordinates: 461185, 121067
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9858, -1.1297
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SU 62 SW EXTON RECTORY LANE
4/16 The Old House & The Old
Rectory. (Formerly the
House, divided into two dwellings. Late C18, with early and mid C19 changes and
extensions. Painted brick walls in Flemish Garden Wall bond, later part unpainted,
plinth, some cambered openings: Gothic stucco facade to part. Tile roof, small
area of slate. The north front has two original window openings at the east side,
then a Gothic projecting gabled feature with porch in the angle, the mid C19
westward extension of three windows partly masking the earlier regular facade and
being forward of it. Two storeys and attic and two storeys, 2.1.3 windows. The
Gothic section has hoodmoulds, a bold octagonal corner to the porch with oval
chamfered arches, a ground-floor shallow bay with a hipped slate roof on brackets,
chamfered reveals, and octagonal projections at the base and head of the gable.
Sashes. Studded door. The western Victorian section has a plain arched door
beneath a narrow window, a splayed bay to the ground-floor, sashes with narrow
side-panes. The rear elevation is irregular, with a lower west side, of two
storeys, 1.2.2 above 2.2.2 windows. Sashes, a tall staircase window, and some
casements. Glazed doors.
Listing NGR: SP6465115195
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Source: English Heritage
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