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Stand Rectory, Whitefield

Description: Stand Rectory

Grade: II
Date Listed: 29 January 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 210634

OS Grid Reference: SD8017505965
OS Grid Coordinates: 380175, 405965
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5499, -2.3007

Location: 50 Dales Lane, Whitefield BL9 6XA

Locality: Whitefield
County: Bury
Country: England
Postcode: BL9 6XA

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Listing Text

No 32
- (Stand Rectory)

- II

Circa 1830, by Charles Barry. Probably a conversion from a farmhouse. Regency Type
of neo-Tudor. Rendered symmetrical. 3 mullioned windows with drip moulds and (of
double height on ground floor, with transoms). Polygonal closed porch with peaked
lead roof and glazed double doors under probably C20 fanlight. Deep coved caves.
Rear of C18 character. One-bay extension on right, set back and lower, but similar.

Listing NGR: SD8017505965

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Source: English Heritage

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