Date Listed: 20 February 1958
English Heritage Building ID: 324228
OS Grid Reference: SD8936460990
OS Grid Coordinates: 389364, 460990
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0448, -2.1639
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Vicarage. Dated 1622, restored 1866. Squared coursed rubble, ashlar facing to
porch, stone dressings, stone slate roof. Three storeys, 6 bays. All C17 windows
are double chamfered with cavetto mullions on stools and all C19 windows have ogee
mullions on stools unless otherwise stated. Three-storey porch in second bay:
entrance has cavetto moulded surround, some C17 stones and an 1866 head and hood-
mould. 1622 datestone above with illegible lettering. First floor: Cl7 four-light
window and dripmould above. C17 three-light window in gable, central light stepped.
Terracotta finial to ridge. Right-hand return of porch: C19 two-light window in
ground floor with hoodmould; Cl7 two-light window on first floor and small single-
light with cavetto jambs above. To right of porch: two C19 ground floor windows,
left-hand has 6 lights, right-hand has 5 lights; both have transoms and hoodmoulds.
Four C17 windows on first floor all with 3 lights with a dripmould above which drops
like a continuous hoodmould between the second and third bays only. On the second
floor are 4 unevenly spaced C17 two-light windows. Bay to left of porch is 1866.
Rear contains three C17 windows: a 2-light and 3-light on the ground floor and a
2-light on the upper floor. Interior was completely renewed in 1866. The second
floor was removed, so the upper 2 rows of windows are now part of the first floor.
Listing NGR: SD8936560993
Source: English Heritage
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