Description: The Old Rectory
Date Listed: 5 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 274330
OS Grid Reference: SK1133361426
OS Grid Coordinates: 411333, 361426
Latitude/Longitude: 53.1499, -1.8320
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SK 16 SW SHEEN C.P. SHEEN
- The Old Rectory
Former parsonage. Circa 1852 by William Butterfield. Coursed stone,
blue machine tile,half-hipped roof with crested ridge tiles; ridge
stacks. Asymmetric, essentially rectangular plan. Asymmetric high
Gothic entrance frontage of 5 windows,in two parts with 2-storey and
attic service block to left and 1 -storey and attic to right, bridged
by lower polygonal-fronted stair turret and steeply pitched roof,
clasping in return to right single-storey, buttressed, lean-to entrance
porch; massive stacks with battered flue heads, enhancing greater
height of left hand block. Two-light mullioned and labelled casement
windows to left, pent dormer; trefoil-headed lights to stairway and
labelled pairs of pointed-arch windows in square recesses to ground
floor right with small square lights to half storey over porch.
Garden front has projecting two-storey gabled bay corbelled out over
three-sided ground floor bay window; ranges of tall trefoil-headed
lights to ground floor. Interior: pine panelling to dado level in
main rooms;'simple fireplaces and some library shelving remain. Wrought
iron bell pull by entrance.
Listing NGR: SK1133361426
Source: English Heritage
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