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Description: The Old Vicarage
Date Listed: 15 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 236675
OS Grid Reference: NU2268401892
OS Grid Coordinates: 422684, 601892
Latitude/Longitude: 55.3106, -1.6442
ACKLINGTON ACKLINGTON VILLAGE
NU 20 SW
7/5 The Old Vicarage
Vicarage, 1861. Probably by James Deason, for the Duke of Northumberland.
Snecked stone with tooled ashlar dressings; graduated Lakeland slate roof
except for Welsh slates on outshut; 2 stacks rebuilt in brick and rendered.
Irregular plan. Free Tudor style.
2 storeys, 1 + 1 + 1 bays. Chamfered plinth. Projecting gabled centre has
boarded and studded door, with foliate hinges, in chamfered arch with moulded
hood; 2-light window to left and 3-light window above; low buttress on right
return and corbelled-out reduced stack on left. Left bay shows ground-floor
window, and right bay 2-light window in gabled half-dormer. Coped gables on
moulded kneelers. Ridge stack rebuilt on old base and small left end stack
with chamfered cap.
Left return shows 3-light transomed stair window above roof of outshut; to
left of outshut a single-storey kitchen wing with openings altered (except
for slatted gable window in left return, facing churchyard). Right return
of main house 2 gabled bays; slightly-projecting narrower right bay has more
steeply-pitched gable. Irregularly-spaced mullioned windows, those to ground
floor with transoms; off-centre gable stack on left bay has octagonal shaft
and chamfered cap. Similar fenestration to rear. All openings in recessed
and chamfered surrounds; all windows on front and right return are small-
paned iron-framed casements.
Interior: Door from vestibule to hall is identical to front door. Dog-leg
closed-string stair with stop-chamfered balusters, square newels and moulded
Listing NGR: NU2268401892
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Source: English Heritage
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