The Old Rectory, Acrise
Description: The Old Rectory
Date Listed: 8 January 1975
English Heritage Building ID: 433589
OS Grid Reference: TR1970942905
OS Grid Coordinates: 619709, 142905
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1432, 1.1397
Location: Acrise, Kent CT18 8LJ
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TR 14 SE ACRISE
4/11 The Old Rectory
Rectory, now house. Late C18, with C19 and C20 alterations. Rendered,
with slate roof. 2 storeys. Left section forms short cross-wing,
projecting forwards slightly, with roof hipped to front. Plain, coped
parapet to short central section. Right section breaks forwards slightly,
with plain C20 parapet same height as that of central section, behind
which roof is hipped to right and left, with short ridge. Rendered stack
to left side of wing, and rear stacks to centre and right. Irregular
fenestration of 6 recessed sashes with thin glazing bars; two large
twelve-pane to front gable end of wing, two smaller twelve-pane to central
section, and two sixteen-pane, set lower, to right section. Ground-floor
windows of right section have narrow margin lights and rectangular
fanlights. Ground floor of central section occupied by recessed Soaneian
doorway comprising a half-glazed door with narrow margin lights, flanked
by windows, also with narrow margin lights, all under attenuated
segmental fanlight with thin glazing bars. Another similar, internal,
doorway to rear of entrance lobby. Rendered single-storey addition with
plain parapet, hipped slate roof and full-height canted bay with three
tall recessed eight-pane sashes, projecting forwards to right gable end.
Painted iron verandah with swept roof, to left side of left wing, said
to have come from a house in Harbledown. Interior not inspected.
Listing NGR: TR1970942905
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Source: English Heritage
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