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List entry Summary

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

Name: THE RECTORY

List entry Number: 1228705

Location

THE RECTORY

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

County District District Type Parish
HampshireTest ValleyDistrict AuthorityAbbotts Ann

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: II*

Date first listed: 20-Dec-1960

Date of most recent amendment: Not applicable to this List entry.

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 403361

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History

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Details

3343 ABBOTTS ANN ABBOTTS ANN 10/38 The Rectory

20.12.60 II*

House. 1716, mid C19, and C20. Brick walls, tile and slate roofing. A Queen Anne house, built at the time the church was rebuilt (at the expense of Thomas 'Diamond' Pitt), with alterations and additions of the mid- C19, and C20. Symmetrical front (west) of 2 storeys and attic, 5 windows, with narrow windows on each side of the central entrance. Steep hipped tile roof, with pilaster coved and moulded eaves, 3 flat-roofed dormers with casements. Walls of Flemish bond with blue headers, rubbed flat arches (to the ground-floor) with thin stone keys, plinth, stone Gothic drip-mould as lst floor band. Sashes in exposed frames. There is a 'Tudor' brick porch, with coping to parapet, brick dentil cornice, 4-centred arch on impost band, plinth: at each side there is an arched recess with a narrow window. At the north end there is a massive tapered stack. The south elevation is 2-storeyed and was symmetrical of 5 windows, with details similar to those at the front: the 2 western bays were replaced (late C18) with a 2-storeyed ½-12-sided brick bay, having a flat roof with a small coved eaves cornice, a central window above a doorway, and 2 ground-floor windows: the details follow the front but the entrance has double glazed doors with narrow side-panes. To the east side there is a single-storeyed ½-octagonal projection, with 3 large windows, of the mid C19; with a hipped slate roof behind to parapet. The north and east elevations are much altered (mid C19) with a higher eaves (to 3 storeys) and a low-pitched slate roof, irregular fenestration, the east having a 2 storeyed wing and the north a garage block (continuous with the front elevation): brick walls in Flemish bond, rubbed flat arches, stone cills, sashes in reveals, and a neat porch, with brick flank walls and a low-pitched gable.

Listing NGR: SU3283743570

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National Grid Reference: SU 33203 43609

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