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Description: Old Rectory
Date Listed: 19 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 162210
OS Grid Reference: TL2666736165
OS Grid Coordinates: 526667, 236165
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0095, -0.1559
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TL 23 NE BYGRAVE BYGRAVE
4/79 Old Rectory
Rectory. Circa 1870. Polychrome Gothic style. White brick with chequered
red and black brick dressings. Plain tile roof. Large L-plan building of
2 storeys, each elevation with groups of lancets with black, white and
red brick gauged arches. Continuous chequered bands. Front has 2 gable
ends, the right one with 4 1st floor lancets and 3 on ground floor. Door
with original planks and chamfered frame. Gablet on right with 2 blind
lancets. 1½ storey outbuilding to front right, probably a dairy, with
twin lancets and plank doors. To rear, the Rectory has a large 2-bay
wing on right, its left side with 4 lancets on each floor and its right
side with a canted lancet bay on ground floor and triple lancets on
upper floor. All windows with original metal frame casements. Interior
retains chamfered door arches and frames and original dog-leg
staircase. Included for group value.
Listing NGR: TL2666736165
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Source: English Heritage
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