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The Old Vicarage, Crowle and Ealand

Description: The Old Vicarage

Grade: II
Date Listed: 10 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 165098

OS Grid Reference: SE7719512928
OS Grid Coordinates: 477195, 412928
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6072, -0.8348

Location: Church Street, Crowle, North Lincolnshire DN17 4ET

Locality: Crowle and Ealand
County: North Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN17 4ET

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Listing Text

(south side)

17/42 The Old Vicarage


Vicarage, now residential home. c1700 with C18 and C19 additions and
alterations, including early-mid C19 refronting and doorcases. Brick,
stuccoed and incised in imitation of ashlar to early section, colour-washed
throughout. Concrete tile roof to early section, Welsh slate roof to later
ranges. Plan: early section double-depth, with 2-room, central entrance-
hall north and south fronts (now with through-room to west); later double-
pile east wing. Early section: 2 storeys with attic, 3-bay north and south
fronts with narrow central bay projecting. Plinth. North front (original
entrance front, facing street) has irregular fenestration: doorcase with
bold ribbed pilasters and frieze, consoles carrying hood, 6-fielded-panel
door beneath moulded lintel and Gothick fanlight in round-headed reveal with
fan-moulded spandrels. Tripartite sash with glazing bars to right, 12-pane
hung sash to left, with 12-pane sliding sash to far left at higher level.
Three 12-pane sashes to first floor. All windows in flush wooden
architraves with sills. Hipped roof. Single central full raking dormer
with 16-pane sliding sash. Side wall stacks. Taller 2-storey wing set
forward to left has earlier 3-window section with slightly recessed single-
window extension to left: 12-pane sashes in flush wooden architraves with
sills, double-span hipped roof; single roof stack to front. Principal south
garden front: earlier section, formerly symmetrical, has projecting flat-
roofed entrance porch with slender columns carrying entablature with plain
frieze and moulded cornice, over doorcase with ribbed pilasters and ornate
consoles; half-glazed panelled door (with margin lights over 2 fielded
panels) and blind Gothick fanlight in round-headed reveal with ribbed
architrave and roundel ornament to imposts. Tripartite ground-floor sash
with glazing bars to right, inserted French window in former similar window
to left. First floor: full-length 24-pane sash in flush wooden architrave
to central bay, triparitite sash with glazing bars to right, C20 paired
imitation sash to left. All windows with glazing bars. Stepped eaves.
Range to right, in 2 builds, and incorporating former single-storey section
(perhaps garden wall) to ground floor, has tripartite sash, C20 French
window and casement to ground floor, four 12-pane sashes to first floor.
Interior. Early section contains good open-well staircase of c1700 with
heavy corniced handrail, bulb-on-urn balusters, pulvino-corniced string and
pendant drops; ground-floor west drawing room with moulded plaster cornice,
and opening between front and rear sections with C19 Corinthian pilasters
and wooden architrave; doors in C19 architraves with peacock ornament to

Listing NGR: SE7719512928

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Source: English Heritage

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