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The Rectory, Willoughby with Sloothby

Description: The Rectory

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 April 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 196060

OS Grid Reference: TF4731971869
OS Grid Coordinates: 547319, 371869
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2234, 0.2052

Location: Church Lane, Willoughby, Lincolnshire LN13 9SU

Locality: Willoughby with Sloothby
Local Authority: East Lindsey District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: LN13 9SU

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Listing Text

SLOOTHBY (south east side)

1/59 The Rectory


Rectory. Mid C18 with early C19 alterations, extension and
alterations by Bejamin Broadbent in 1856 and James Fowler 1875.
Red brick in Flemish bond, Farlesthorpe yellow brick, slate roof.
Single axial brick stack with moulded top. 2 storey with garret,
3 bay front having plinth and eaves band, central panelled door
with plain fanlight in Cl9 Farlesthorpe brick added porch with
flat roof. To left a canted bay window with hipped slate roof,
also in yellow brick and to right a blank C18 window opening. To
first floor are 2 similar openings and a glazing bar sash, all
with segmental brick heads. To left side a fixed glazing bar
early C19 stair window in a slightly projecting bay has a semi-
circular head. The right hand side front has a C18 canted 2
storey bay window with plain sashes, and the 1856 yellow brick
addition has a matching bay. Interior retains early Cl9 stick
baluster stair with carved string, and some C18 door joinery. A
large moat surrounds the Rectory.

Listing NGR: TF4731971869

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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