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Description: The Old Rectory
Date Listed: 30 October 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 186712
OS Grid Reference: SK9134317990
OS Grid Coordinates: 491343, 317990
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7518, -0.6481
SK 91 NW MAIN STREET (North side)
3/142 The Old Rectory
House of C17/C18. Coursed rubble stone with quoins and Collyweston slate
roof with 3 ridge and 2 end truncated stone stacks. Entrance front to
rear. Door in 2nd span to left projecting forward. This half of house
possibly the earlier. 2½ storeys of 8 2-light mainly casement windows.
Wooden lintels and some stone sills. In left section, on ground floor,
a window either side a C18 wooden pedimented doorcase with pilasters.
These are horizontal sliding sashes. 1 2-light on 2nd span right return.
5 ground floor 2-lights and glazed door in right section. On left end
a 1st floor 3/3 sash window. On rear facing road and close to Church
: from left : 1st floor : 2 2-light and 2 3/3 sashes; and ground floor
: 2-light, 2 1-lights and 3 3/3 sashes. C18 staircase and 6-panelled
doors inside. Linked by walling to house is an outbuilding with pantile
roof which faces churchyard. 3 blocked openings with stone dressings,
keystones and cambered lintels. The Old Rectory, barn and Church (q.v.)
form a notable group.
Listing NGR: SK9134317990
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Source: English Heritage
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