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Description: The Old Rectory
Date Listed: 8 April 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 195887
OS Grid Reference: TF2644879561
OS Grid Coordinates: 526448, 379561
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2979, -0.1041
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ASTERBY CHURCH LANE
TF 27 NE (north side)
6/3 The Old Rectory
Rectory, now house. 1863 by R J Withers. Red brick, some burnt brick,
limestone ashlar dressings. Slate roofs with stone coped gables
with wrought iron finials and 6 brick stacks with dentillated
decoration, one projecting and 5 to rear. 2 storey, 5 bay front
including large polygonal 2 storey 3 bay window to left with
conical roof. Doorway to right with pointed ashlar head with
inner chevroned order and moulded brick jambs. Inner doorway in
left return with pointed ashlar head and panelled door. Tall
pointed archway to left reaching up 2 storeys with 2 small ground
floor casements. Bay window to left with 3 glazing bar sashes
with triangular ashlar heads with billet moulding. A similar
window above flanked by blank brick walls of canted bays. Giant
order archway to right contains 2 first floor narrow pointed
windows with richly cusped heads. Inverted triangular motif
above. Pointed window to right with 2 pointed lights with narrow
glazing bar sashes, and ashlar head with cusped oculus inscribed
"GB 1863". 4 bay west front with the 2 bays to the left
projecting slightly. 3 long glazing bar sashes with pointed
ashlar heads. Pair of narrow glazing bar sashes with pointed
ashlar heads to left. 3 small glazing bar sashes above to right
with a pair of narrow glazing bar sashes to left with pointed
ashlar heads and hood moulds.
Listing NGR: TF2644879561
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Source: English Heritage
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