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No 22 (The Old Vicarage) Including Boundary Wall to Street, Warminster

Description: No 22 (The Old Vicarage) Including Boundary Wall to Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 31 March 1978
English Heritage Building ID: 313024

OS Grid Reference: ST8681745132
OS Grid Coordinates: 386817, 145132
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2052, -2.1901

Locality: Warminster
County: Wiltshire
Country: England
Postcode: BA12 8JG

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Listing Text

(North-West Side)
No 22 (The Old Vicarage)
including boundary wall
to street
ST 8645 SE 5/295


A wide fronted house set back from road. The right hand part of the house
is early C18, but altered. 2 storeys, lower than the left wing, with attic.
Small rubble, tiled roof. (C19 replacement with fishscale bands). Moulded
band over ground floor. 3-2-3 two light stone mullion windows (probably Victorian
remodelling) the ground floor left hand window offset by later insertion of
doorway with C17 type moulded surround, 4 flush panel door and projecting
gabled wooden porch. 2 Victorian dormers of 2 lights each. The left hand
part is a mid-Victorian extension in similar materials. 2 ranges of 2 light
mullion windows (casements) and a later angled bay on left hand return.
5 chimneys in all, 2 on ridge, ashlar with moulded coping. The interior retains
several period fittings including an Adam style fireplace in hall; the room
to right of hall on entering has a boxed surround to fireplace possibly a
pew back removed from church. The house and garden are separated from the
road by a wall of coursed rubble some 4 ft high and about 15 yds long with

Listing NGR: ST8681745132

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Source: English Heritage

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