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Description: The Old Vicarage
Date Listed: 24 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 146603
OS Grid Reference: SU6211408591
OS Grid Coordinates: 462114, 108591
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8735, -1.1186
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SU 6208 SOUTHWICK AND WIDLEY OLD FAREHAM ROAD
17/7 The Old Vicarage
House. Probable C17 timber-framed house, with C18 recladding, with larger C18
rear extension, and raising of the original block in the early C19, with minor
rear extensions, and C20 renovation. The old block has brickwork on Flemish bond,
the south gable of a mixed English bond: other walls of Flemish Garden Wall bond
with some rubbed flat and cambered arches. Tile roof, of double pile, the lower
older part hipped. The front elevation is now south, showing the large gable end
of the 2nd phase and the hipped end (east side) of the first; two storeys and
attic. Two storeys 2.0 windows. Sashes, with ground-floor shallow bay having
triple sashes, brick cheeks and tile roof. Central doorcase with moulded cornice,
carved brackets, architrave and 6-panelled (2 top glazed) door. The east elevation
has two storeys two windows, with a half-octagonal north end: casements and a
French door. The irregular rear elevation has a gabled staircase wing, but is
altered within. Inside, the hall has C18 doors in architraves: there is a C17
beam in the oldest part, and the dividing wall between the 1st and 2nd phases is
possibly a timber frame.
Listing NGR: SP6067118447
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Source: English Heritage
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