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The Old Vicarage, Whissendine

Description: The Old Vicarage

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 February 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 186737

OS Grid Reference: SK8333414282
OS Grid Coordinates: 483334, 314282
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7198, -0.7677

Location: Main Street, Whissendine, Rutland LE15 7HG

Locality: Whissendine
County: Rutland
Country: England
Postcode: LE15 7HG

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Listing Text



The Old Vicarage


House of C18 with wing of 1862. Red brick with stone quoins, brick band,
moulded brick cornice and twin span hipped Collyweston slate roof. Massive
brick central valley stack of a line of 7 square chamfered flues linked
at top. 2 storey. Right side wall of rubble stone with 1862 wing extending
right (C20 tile roof). The door is within the 2 arches of a C19 stone
2 storey extruded corner extension placed between original house and
wing. Here stone mullion and transom windows. On main range to left a
2 storey C19 canted stone bay with hipped roof, and French window with
2/2 sash window over to right. However right side faces Main Street and
rear the Church. Right side of 3 2/2 sashes over rectangular stone mullion
bay and 2/2 sash, partly Welsh slate roof, from left: a 4-light
mullion and transom window with similar 3-light over; a tripartite sash
both floors, the upper a Venetian type window; and a 2/2 sash both floors
with 2-light hipped dormer over. The house forms an important group with

Listing NGR: SK8333414282

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Source: English Heritage

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