This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SOUTHOE AND MIDLOE RECTORY LANE TL 16 SE (NORTH SIDE) No 36 (THE OLD 3/2 RECTORY) 14.5.59 GV II
House, formerly the rectory. Of two builds. Mid-late C18 house with large early C19 range to East. East range of gault brick with parapetted, hipped slate roof and moulded main cornice. Of two storeys and seven bays including recessed centre bay.
Stone band at first floor sill height. Recessed hung sashes with narrow glazing bars in flat arches. Roman Doric portico of wood. Double doorway, upper half glazed.
Mid-late C18 adjoining range to West timber framed, roughcast rendered. C19 slate roof with end stacks. Plan of two bays with narrower central stairbay. Two storeys. Two late C18 tripartite hung sashes with glazing bars, flush with facade, on either side of one hung sash. Central doorway. Doorcase with moulded architrave, pulvinated frieze and flat hood carried on scroll brackets. Panelled door. Late C18 bow window. Interior: C19 open string staircase of two flights and landing, inserted into centre bay of C18 rear range. Original early C19 plaster cornice mouldings and marble fireplace to ground floor rooms of early C19 house.
Listing NGR: TL1790364645
© Mr D.J Stacey. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Stacey, D.J
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