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ARLINGTON ARLINGTON SS 64 SW 5/15 - Glebe House 25.2.65 GV II* House, formerly the Rectory. Circa 1825. Stucco faced with slate roofs with semi- circular ends and deep eaves. Symmetrical plan: the front range containing central entrance and staircase hall with principal front room to each side, each with semi-circular ends. Parallel service range to rear has identical semi-circular ends and is linked by a shallow block to the front range. 2 storeys with attic storey. 3 bays, symmetrical, flanked by channelled pilasters. Central semi-circular Doric porch with fluted columns supporting entablature. 6- panelled door with fanlight with radiating ribs. Fenestration principally intact throughout. The ground floor windows are tall sashes, their sills almost at ground level, 6 over 9 panes. Small 12-pane, 1st floor windows. The right- and left-hand return walls are semi-circular, 2-window, as are the ends of the parallel rear service range. Interior: fine geometrical staircase to rear of entrance hall with wreathed handrail supported on delicate wrought iron balustrading. Entrance hall ceiling vaulted, springing from channelled pilasters. Reeded doorcases with paterae to the top corners. Decorative plaster cornices to principal rooms the right-hand room retaining central plasterwork rose and elaborately carved pelmets. Chimneypieces replaced. This is a largely intact Regency-style house.

Listing NGR: SS6132640542


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 23 Mar 2003
Reference: IOE01/09627/14
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Brian Pearce. Source Historic England Archive
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