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Stoke Dry House the Old Rectory

A Grade II Listed Building in Stoke Dry, Rutland

Stoke Dry House and The Old Rectory

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North aspect. Tall imposing block at SW end with bold features and Tudor hoodmoulds over openings. Entrance front has tall block projecting to right. This has centre slightly advanced, with steep gable, narrow first floor sash, and gabled porch projection below. Porch has 4-centred arches to entrance and half-glazed inner double doors, the doors with blind tracery to lower panels. Above entrance arch and first floor sash are moulded stone lozenges in square surrounds. . To left of centre is a high staircase window with pair of 4-centred arched lights containing marginally glazed sashes (i.e. the glazing bars are near the edges). (Photo Oct 2007).

Uploaded by Andrew H Jackson on 27 July 2013

Photo ID: 85103
Building ID: 101264242

 
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