Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1055093

Date first listed: 29-Jan-1952

Date of most recent amendment: 17-Feb-1985

Statutory Address: THE OLD VICARAGE


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Statutory Address: THE OLD VICARAGE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Shropshire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Atcham

National Grid Reference: SJ 54129 09193


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5/26 The Old Vicarage (formerly 29.1.52 listed as The Vicarage)


Part of vicarage, now house. Early C19 with fenestration altered in mid- to late C20. Red brick with some stone dressings; plain tile 2-span roof. 2 storeys. Plinth, dentil brick eaves cornice, and coped parapeted gable ends; small C20 diamond-shafted stack on front range off-centre to right, triple and single diamond-shafted stacks on ridge at rear. 4 bays; glazing bar sashes (mostly C20 copies); gabled porch in second bay from right with coped verge parapet, 4-centred arched entrance with pair of C19 boarded doors, and C20 glazing bar sashes in sides. Gabled 2-bay north front. Interior: ground-floor front room to left has trefoiled Gothic frieze and moulded cornice similar to details by John Nash at Longner Hall (q.v.). Old phtographs show that the house formerly had a probably late C19 canted Gothic bay window to north and probably early C19 windows at rear with Y-tracery, all replaced in the C20 alterations. The house was part of a larger vicarage, now divided from The Vicarage Cottage (q.v.).

Listing NGR: SJ5413309194


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Legacy System number: 259251

Legacy System: LBS

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