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The Old Rectory, Hasketon

Description: The Old Rectory

Grade: II
Date Listed: 31 August 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 285483

OS Grid Reference: TM2517649954
OS Grid Coordinates: 625176, 249954
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1021, 1.2865

Location: Shrubbery Road, Hasketon, Suffolk IP13 6HR

Locality: Hasketon
Local Authority: Suffolk Coastal District Council
County: Suffolk
Country: England
Postcode: IP13 6HR

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Listing Text

TM 24 NE
(East side)
The Old Rectory
House. Early and late C19. Brick, painted and rendered, with a slate
roof. Two storeys. Entrance front: a drawing of c.1860 shows the house to
have its present left hand projecting wing but with a lower axial range of
l 1/2 storeys at right of this which has now been rebuilt. The left hand
early C19 wing is rendered and has a canted bay window to the ground floor
with 3 ogee-headed lights at the front and ogee-headed lights to the angles
and concave lead hipped roof above. Oriel window to the first floor with a
concave underbelly and 3 similar ogee-headed lights at the front and 2 to
the angles with a concave roof. Moulded bargeboards above. To right of
this is the post-1860 wing which has 3 bays near-symmetrically disposed.
Central doorway with a double-chamfered arch enclosing a porch with a
glazed door behind set in a glazed screen. To either side of this at ground
floor level are 4-light casements which connect to the central doorway be a
continuous hood-mould. These have ovolo-moulded mullions and a chamfered
surround. To the first floor at right and left are oriel windows which
have a concave underbelly, 2-light windows and gables above. Between these
are 2 cambered-headed windows with a continuous sill divided from each
other by a king mullion, of 3 lights at left and 2 lights at right (the 2-
light right-hand window is a C20 insertion). Spur wall continues at right.
The ridge has a C19 stack at left supporting 4 faceted flues with moulded
bases and capitals which are joined. To the right and behind the ridge is
a massive chimney stack with 6 faceted flues with moulded base and cap.
The left side of the house has a projecting gabled wing at left which has a
canted bay window to the ground floor with a tripartite window arrangement
at centre of 3 x 4 panes with ogee heads to the lights at either side of
which are slender lights of 1 x 4 panes with a half-ogee head. To the
first floor above these is an oriel window with a concave underbody and a
concave lead roof and having 3 ogee-headed lights to the sides. To right
of this is the recessed portion which has at ground floor level a
projecting canted bay window with tripartite central window, similar to
that seen at the centre of the canted bay, at its left. To the first floor
is a 2-light casement with 4-centred heads to the lights. Right-hand side
of the house has a projecting wing at left with a lean-to to the far left
masking an earlier opening and a 1/2-glazed door at right with cambered head.
Random fenestration to the west of this face and to the rear.

Interior: staircase of 2 flights with moulded tread ends, shaped balusters
which are square with hollow-chamfered corners, and broach stops. Moulded,
ramped mahogony handrail.

Listing NGR: TM2517649954

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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