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Description: The Old Rectory
Date Listed: 29 July 1959
English Heritage Building ID: 152314
OS Grid Reference: SO7581166142
OS Grid Coordinates: 375811, 266142
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2929, -2.3561
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SO 76 NE GREAT WITLEY CP REDMARLEY
3/81 The Old Rectory
Parsonage house. Early C19. Red brick, sandstone dressings, slate roof.
Two rooms deep, central hallway and stairwell, double range roof, end stacks
to front range, one end stack and one left stack to rear range. 3 storeys,
moulded stone cornice with bedmould to implied frieze; central pedimented
bay with slight forward break; 5 windows, glazing bar sashes (in cambered
heads to second floor); central tripartite window (side lights are blind)
and 2 flanking windows on first floor all with stone architraves and cornices;
outer projecting canted bays with 3 C20 windows flanking entrance have quoins,
listel cornice and blocking course; central entrance with Doric portico in
antis to semi-circular headed doorway; keyed 'architrave; plain fanlight and
partly glazed door. Rear has central semi-circular headed sash window at
mezzanine level. Interior has fine C19 staircase and imported panelling
in room to right of entrance. At the rear and projecting to the right is
the lower 2-storey former service wing.
Listing NGR: SO7581166142
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Source: English Heritage
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