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Description: The Old Rectory
Date Listed: 22 February 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 196715
OS Grid Reference: SK9482285820
OS Grid Coordinates: 494822, 385820
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3608, -0.5766
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SK 989 NW FILLINGHAM MAIN STREET
4/24 The Old Rectory
Rectory now house. C18, restored and enlarged in 1853 by Sir
George Gilbert Scott. Coursed limestone rubble. Plain tiled and
decorative tiled roof with decorative ridge tiles and coped
gables. Single gable stack and single ridge stack. 2 storey, 3
bay front with plinth and doorways in outer bays. That to the
right with Caernarvon head, 2 small lights above with Caernarvon
heads, and partially glazed double doors. Doorway to left with
Caernarvon head with 4 small lights above with Caernarvon heads
and partially glazed double doors. Central 2 light sashed window
with 2 small lights above with Caernarvon heads. Above, 2 sashed
windows to the right, each of 2 cusped pointed lights with steep
gables above. Larger sashed window to left of 3 cusped pointed
lights with trefoiled opening and broad gable above. C18 range
to the right at rear. 2 storey, 2 bay with 2 plain sashes with 2
plain sashes above. Interior contains fine C18 panelled room
with fluted Roman Doric pilasters alternating with fielded
Listing NGR: SK9482285820
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Source: English Heritage
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