Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1135440

Date first listed: 25-Mar-1968

Date of most recent amendment: 11-May-1988



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District: Wakefield (Metropolitan Authority)

Parish: Badsworth

National Grid Reference: SE 46475 14851


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BAOSNURTH MAIN STREET SE41SE (east side) 6/38 The Old Rectory 25.3.1968 (formerly listed as "The Rectory) - II

Rectory, now 3 dwellings. Said to be 1731; east wing added c1800; altered. Coursed squared sandstone, stone slate roof. U-plan formed by single-depth main range facing south with service wing to rear of west end and receding wing added at east end. Three storeys and 4 bays, plus set-back wing at right-hand end; lst-floor band; doorway to 3rd bay with moulded architrave, now within porch formed by roof carried over from C19 bay window to the right; otherwise, 2 windows to the left and 4 at 1st floor, all 24-pane sashes with raised surrounds, and 4 square 12-pane windows at 2nd floor with similar surrounds (lst sashed, 2nd blind but painted, 3rd a casement, and 4th a top-hung casement); moulded eaves band concealed by gutter; gable copings with kneelers, ridge chimney at junction of 1st and 2nd bays, gable chimney to right. Wing of 2 storeys raised over a high basement has sill bands to both floors, a large segmental-headed sash at ground floor and 9- pane sash above; three-bay return wall of wing has wide segmental-headed cellar windows, large segmental-headed tripartite sashes at ground floor (that in centre mostly blind), and 9-pane sashes above; hipped roof. Left gable wall of main range has 18-pane sash at ground floor (with thick glazing bars), 24-pane and 9-pane sashes above, and a dripband above the top window (carried round from eaves at front). West side of service wing, of 2 storeys and 4 bays, has a central doorway, a modern bay window to the left, otherwise square 8-pane windows with raised surrounds. Rear: in centre, a gabled turret (perhaps formerly stair turret), and full-height lean-to addition to left of this with 16-pane stair window; other features not of special interest. Interior: east wing has extensive cellars, including rear room with stone curing table; open-well staircase in rear addition; chamber in 1st bay of main range has C18 moulded plaster overmantel, egg-and-dart cornice, and walls apparently lined with cardboard or similar material (purpose not known).

Listing NGR: SE4647514851


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