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Description: St Luke's Vicarage (Including Vicarage Flat)
Date Listed: 31 January 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 200539
OS Grid Reference: TQ3264798273
OS Grid Coordinates: 532647, 198273
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6676, -0.0833
4411 BROWNING ROAD N11
St Luke's Vicarage
(including Vicarage Flat)
TQ 3298 2/32
Circa 1900 by James Brooks. 2 storeys and attic. Irregular fenestration. West
front of 3 and 5 windows. Massive high pitched hipped tiled roof formed of 4
parallel ridges meeting half way down, Tile hung 1st floor, with perceptible
batter, overhanging stone lst floor cill band with brick string below. Brick
ground floor with dressings of stone and moulded brick. Continuous hoodmould
forming pointed arches over windows, some with plate trefoil heads. Longer south
front of similar style but with 2 projecting ground floor bows; a large, 5-light
landing window over pointed doorway; and a tiny store-framed, 2-level window to
left of doorway.
Listing NGR: TQ3264798273
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Source: English Heritage
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