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Statutory Address:

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Bath and North East Somerset (Unitary Authority)
Chew Stoke
National Grid Reference:
ST 55885 61890



3/67 Old Rectory 21.9.60 II

Marked on O.S. as Convalescent House. Rectory, then convalescent home now house in multiple occupation. Mid C19 with some later alterations. Snecked rock-faced limestone rubble with limestone and sandstone dressings, slate roof. L-plan; asymmetrical Gothic style. Front of 2 storeys and 4 bays, ground floor windows have ogee-headed lights, first floor pointed arched lights; from left, 4-light mullion and transom window with stopped hood mould, 3-light window above with continuous hood mould and relieving arch, quatrefoil in gable with raised coped verges and kneelers, chamfered and broached walls with diagonal buttress to left; 2nd bay canted, with 5-light mullion and transom window, lintel string course, similar smaller window at first floor with cill string, corbelled eaves to hipped roof over bay; 3rd bay has pointed arched door in moulded surround with hood mould and mask stops, relieving arch, 2 string courses above with 2 blank shields between, 2-light pointed arched window with cusped tracery, hood mould and relieving arch, tower above has trefoil with hood mould and relieving arch, corbelled eaves and hipped roof; 4th bay canted as in 2nd, 2 string courses continued across, chamfered and broached wall with diagonal buttress to right and trefoil in gable; limestone quoins and sandstone relieving arches. Right return has external stack to left, two 2-light pointed arched cusped windows with hood mould and mask stops, pointed arched door to right in moulded surround with similar hood mould, 2 mullion and transom windows at first floor and 2 C20 windows. Left return has corbelled external stack to right and gable stack to left with gargoyles; ground floor has 4-light and 3-light window with pointed arched heads, plain surround and relieving arch, 3-light ogee-headed window to right with centre light lowered for C20 door; first floor has 4 windows of varied sizes, gable end to left has trefoil, continuous hood mould from first floor right window and cill string; single storey service wing attached to left with coped wall. Rear has varied windows including large 3-light window with Perpendicular tracery lighting stair, 2-storey rear wing with pointed arched door, and 3-light window with segmental head, 2 C20 windows at first floor; rear in snecked sandstone rubble.

Listing NGR: ST5588561890


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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: 08 Feb 2005
Reference: IOE01/12193/19
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Peter Merrett. Source Historic England Archive
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