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Description: Old Rectory
Date Listed: 11 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 196969
OS Grid Reference: SK9456680065
OS Grid Coordinates: 494566, 380065
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3091, -0.5822
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SK 98 SW AISTHORPE
1/5 Old Rectory
Former rectory, now house. 1876. Red brick with terracotta
details, slate roofs and bargeboarded gables. 2 storey with
attic, 4 bay front with plinth, moulded first floor band and sill
band. The central canted bay is surmounted by a terracotta
balustrade and contains glazed double doors with glazing bar
upper lights and sashes to the sides. To the left is a c20
glazed door and a 3 light window, to the right a single fixed
light with beyond a second canted bay with balustrade, glazed
door and sashes. To first floor a central tripartite window, to
left a single casement with wooden cross mullion, to right a
single light and a further cross mullion casement. Adjacent to
the single light is a square terracotta panel with the raised
date 1876 and the initials TB. 3 plain bargeboarded gables
beneath which are decorative square panels defined by raised
bricks with decorative terracotta paterae at the joints. All
windows have moulded terracotta architraves with short fluted
friezes over. 2 rectangular gabled bays to right hand end.
Entrance front of 3 irregular bays with 2 gables, one slightlyy
projecting and one advanced. Left hand one contains elaborately
panelled door with moulded terracotta architrave. 5 steps up are
covered by an open sided gabled wooden porch with decorative
covering. To right, the stair is lit by 3 stepped vertical
lights. Over the door are 3 tall lights. Similar details to
gables and window surrounds as on the garden front.
Listing NGR: SK9456680065
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Source: English Heritage
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