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Description: The Old Vicarage
Date Listed: 13 May 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 242138
OS Grid Reference: SK6430356586
OS Grid Coordinates: 464303, 356586
Latitude/Longitude: 53.1026, -1.0410
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SK 65 NW FARNSFIELD VICARAGE LANE
The Old Vicarage
Vicarage, now house. Mid C19. Red brick with blue brick and
ashlar dressings. Slate roof. Ashlar coped gables with small
finials. 2 external and 3 further scattered red brick stacks.
Dogtooth eaves. Set on a plinth with chamfered ashlar band over.
2 storeys plus garret, south front with 2 gabled bays. 2 flush
brick first floor bands and 2 similar bands broken by the first
floor openings. Pointed arched doorway with glazed double door
and pointed arched overlight. Flush chamfered arched ashlar
quoin surround and further blue and red brick arched flush band
over. To the left is a projecting canted ashlar 2 storey single
bay, with chamfered pointed arched doorway with glazed double
door and pointed arched overlight. Either side are single
pointed arched sashes with chamfered arched surrounds. Over the
openings extends a moulded ashlar band. Above are single similar
sashes in the side walls with single larger similar sash to the
front. To the right is a single pointed arched sash in chamfered
arched flush ashlar quoin surround with further blue and red
brick arched flush band over. Chamfers with broach or ogee
stops. Each garret has a single ashlar trefoil set into a
pointed arched opening with blue and red brick arched flush band
over. Single central ashlar gargoyle feeding a rainwater head.
To the right, set back, is a single storey extension and a 2
storey wing. East/entrance front. Doorway set into single
gabled bay with pointed moulded arch supported on sections of
engaged columns with decorative capitals, further supported on a
section of chamfered ashlar with broach stops. Either side are
single moulded pointed arched fixed lights. All are in an ashlar
surround with continuous ashlar hood mould and decorative label
stops over. Plank door. To the right is a single large pointed
chamfered arched fixed light with flush ashlar quoin surround.
Having single mullion and 2 transoms, 2 trefoil arched ashlar
lights are surmounted by 2 similar lights with ashlar cinquefoil
in the apex. To the left of the doorway are 2 chamfered arched
sashes with ogee stops and flush ashlar quoin surrounds. There
is a further flush band of blue and red brick following the line
of the arch. Between the 2 windows is a single external stack.
Over the doorway is a single chamfered pointed arched sash with
flush ashlar quoin surround and flush blue and red brick band
following the arch. In the gable apex is a single trefoil
corresponding to those of the south front. North front with
pointed arched doorway with small pointed arched fixed light
above. Various ashes, decorative fixed light, and gabled dormer
and half dormer. Interior has some panelled doors. Room with
foliate moulded cornice. Tile floor to entrance hall. Staircase
has an ashlar 3 bay trefoil arched arcade for balusters, to the
right is an archway supported on the left side on a moulded
Listing NGR: SK6430356586
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Source: English Heritage
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