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The Old Vicarage The Old Vicarage Lodge, Burton upon Stather

Description: The Old Vicarage The Old Vicarage Lodge

Grade: II
Date Listed: 6 November 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 165756

OS Grid Reference: SE8710117909
OS Grid Coordinates: 487101, 417909
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6504, -0.6837

Locality: Burton upon Stather
County: North Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN15 9BN

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Listing Text

(north side)

5/1 The Old Vicarage and
The Old Vicarage Lodge
- (Formerly known as
'Vicarage Cottage' and
'The Vicarage')

Rectory, now 2 houses. 1829 on datestone in right return, with C2U
alterations. By David Thorpe of Kingston upon Hull for Rev Charles
Sheffield. Grey gault brick in Flemish Bond with red brick to rear.
Ashlar cills, gable coping and chimney cornices, wrought iron window
grilles, Westmoreland slate roof, wooden porch with ashfelt roof. I,lain
house, now The Old Vicarage, with adjoining former services wing, now
The Old Vicarage Lodge, set back on left. The Old Vicarage: 2 storeys
with attic, 3 bays; symmetrical. Central entrance has original part-
glazed panelled door in panelled reveal and architrave. Later trellis
porch with hipped roof. Tripartite windows with sashes with glazing
bars divided by pilasters supporting a moulded cornice. First floor
sashes with glazing bars under low cambered arches, the 2 outer windows
with decorative ironwork grilles. Mansard roof with 2 sloping dormers
with 12-pane sliding sashes in architraves. Coped gables and end stacks
with cornice bands and square chimney pots. Lower 2 storey section to
left (The Old Vicarage Lodge) has 3 first floor windows. Round-headed
entrance inserted to right of centre in 1940s has internal porch and
panelled door in architrave. 2 sashes with glazing bars to left, 1 to
right, with small inserted sashes at each end. All windows have
cambered arches apart from first floor right, under a lintel at eaves
level. Wooden cornice board. Lateral stacks. Interior of The Old
Vicarage retains original staircase with slender turned balusters,
panelled doors, architraves, window shutters, pilaster divides to ground
floor front windows, moulded plaster ceiling roses and cornices. the
Old Vicarage Lodge contains part of a re-used 1733 staircase balustrade.
(Architect's plans: Lincoln Archive Office, FICA 155).

Listing NGR: SE8709917909

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Source: English Heritage

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