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Description: The Old Rectory
Date Listed: 25 September 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 226734
OS Grid Reference: TG3063700765
OS Grid Coordinates: 630637, 300765
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5558, 1.4009
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BERGH APTON THE STREET, East
TG 30 SW side
The Old Rectory
Former rectory house, C18. Whitewashed brick and render. Hipped roof of
black-glazed pantiles. Two storeys. Symmetrical entrance front of five
bays, the two outer bays slightly recessed. Tall sashes with glazing bars
anti exposed boxes. Gauged brick arches over openings. Central entrance
with square Tuscan columns. Half-glazed panelled entrance door with moulded
architrave. Two blind ground floor openings to right of entrance porch.
Central first floor window with semi-circular arched head; moulded arch
imposts and keystone carved with grotesque head. String courses at first
floor level and above first floor window heads. Wide eaves overhang with
plain paired brackets to soffit. Two chimney stacks. South front with two
segmental bow windows, one single storey with parapet, two tall sashes
without glazing bars and central glazed double doors; two-storey bow to
right with two ground floor sashes (without glazing bars) extending down
to floor level and two first floor sashes with glazing bars. To the north,
a lower 2½ storey range with C19 and C20 casements, some with leaded glazing;
segmental arches over openings. At the north-east corner, an attached
stable/gig house with four first floor sashes and three ground floor openings
with eliptical arched heads and square-headed double doors; slated porte-
cochere on fluted cast iron columns.
Listing NGR: TG3063700765
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Source: English Heritage
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