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The Old Rectory

A Grade II Listed Building in Winchfield, Hampshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.2732 / 51°16'23"N

Longitude: -0.8981 / 0°53'53"W

OS Eastings: 476964

OS Northings: 153250

OS Grid: SU769532

Mapcode National: GBR C82.1RN

Mapcode Global: VHDXT.D829

Entry Name: The Old Rectory

Listing Date: 26 June 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1244738

English Heritage Legacy ID: 450337

Location: Winchfield, Hart, Hampshire, RG27

County: Hampshire

District: Hart

Civil Parish: Winchfield

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire

Church of England Parish: Winchfield St Mary the Virgin

Church of England Diocese: Winchester

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Listing Text

SU 75 SE WINCHFIELD

9/13 The Old Rectory

-

- II

1830, core about 1730. Gothick 2-storeyed house with asymmetrical facades of
complex design. Steep roofing in red tile; 2 parallel ridges (one higher than
the other) and in a cross-ridge. Walling is in ragstone rubble, with ashlar
quoins and other features (in Caen stone, from Odiham Priory). The south front
has a 2 -storeyed gabled porch with small coupled cusped lights above a pointed
arch and buttresses, with 2 steps and a plinth, while the sides have a slightly-
recessed lower wall containing a small light: the west side is a gable with
(uniquely in the house) a red brick wall having a pattern of curving joints with
flush stonework to openings, topped by an ashlar chimney stack with coupled
octagonal flues separated from a plain base by a projecting rounded moulding:
the east side is marked by a tall projecting stack, with irregular set-offs;
2 small ground-floor lancets and a single-storeyed projecting unit with a large
triangular-arched window. The long west elevation has a centrepiece of small
projection containing a group of 4 lancets above 4 mullion and transomed lights;
on each side irregular fenestration of 1, 2, and 3-light lancets, 2 groups on
the ground floor having cusped heads: the roof contains 2 gabled dormers at
different levels and without cheeks, tile faced, with 2 and 3 square wooden win-
dows, 3 stacks (2 with octagonal grouped flues). The east (rear) elevation has
a ground-floor outshot for most of its width (with 2 dormers lacking cheeks in
its roof), a gable, a massive projecting stack. The north elevation has 2
gables, one set back, with a varied window treatment and a painted doorway.
Most openings are chamfered, most windows have diagonal leaded lights; in some
places a red brick plinth is exposed.


Listing NGR: SU7696453250

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

Description

SU 75 SE WINCHFIELD

9/13 The Old Rectory

-

- II

1830, core about 1730. Gothick 2-storeyed house with asymmetrical facades of
complex design. Steep roofing in red tile; 2 parallel ridges (one higher than
the other) and in a cross-ridge. Walling is in ragstone rubble, with ashlar
quoins and other features (in Caen stone, from Odiham Priory). The south front
has a 2 -storeyed gabled porch with small coupled cusped lights above a pointed
arch and buttresses, with 2 steps and a plinth, while the sides have a slightly-
recessed lower wall containing a small light: the west side is a gable with
(uniquely in the house) a red brick wall having a pattern of curving joints with
flush stonework to openings, topped by an ashlar chimney stack with coupled
octagonal flues separated from a plain base by a projecting rounded moulding:
the east side is marked by a tall projecting stack, with irregular set-offs;
2 small ground-floor lancets and a single-storeyed projecting unit with a large
triangular-arched window. The long west elevation has a centrepiece of small
projection containing a group of 4 lancets above 4 mullion and transomed lights;
on each side irregular fenestration of 1, 2, and 3-light lancets, 2 groups on
the ground floor having cusped heads: the roof contains 2 gabled dormers at
different levels and without cheeks, tile faced, with 2 and 3 square wooden win-
dows, 3 stacks (2 with octagonal grouped flues). The east (rear) elevation has
a ground-floor outshot for most of its width (with 2 dormers lacking cheeks in
its roof), a gable, a massive projecting stack. The north elevation has 2
gables, one set back, with a varied window treatment and a painted doorway.
Most openings are chamfered, most windows have diagonal leaded lights; in some
places a red brick plinth is exposed.


Listing NGR: SU7696453250

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