Description: Glebe House
Date Listed: 3 August 1961
English Heritage Building ID: 292482
OS Grid Reference: TQ6823024997
OS Grid Coordinates: 568230, 124997
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9998, 0.3962
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TQ 62 NE BURWASH ETCHINGHAM ROAD
4/31 Glebe House
Formerly The Rectory. Large L-shaped building. The west wing, which is of one
storey and consists of outbuildings is Cl7. The main portion was erected in 1721
by the Rev George Jordan who was Chancellor of the Diocese of Chichester. Three
storeys. Five windows. The south front is faced with Roman cement, but the east
and west sides are red brick and grey headers. Stringcourse above first floor.
Slate roof. Windows in painted architrave surrounds with glazing bars intact.
Shallow porch with projecting cornice and narrow lights on each side flanked by
pilasters. Doorway with rectangular fanlight and door of six fielded and moulded
panels. The east front has a bulgy curved bay of three windows on all floors faced
with grey headers. Brick stringcourse and stuccoed cornice. The west front has
a curved bay of five windows on ground and first floor in red brick and grey headers
with parapet over. This was added in 1919 and has this date over the doorway.
Listing NGR: TQ6823024997
Source: English Heritage
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