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IoE Number: 36594
Location: THE OLD VICARAGE, HIGH STREET (south side)
Photographer: Mr Derek E. Wharton
Date Photographed: 01 March 2004
Date listed: 21 October 1974
Date of last amendment: 21 October 1974
Grade II

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TL 05NETHURLEIGHHIGH STREET (South Side)4/191The Old Vicarage21.10.74

TL 05NE THURLEIGH HIGH STREET (South Side) 4/191 The Old Vicarage 21.10.74 CV II Former vicarage. Front block finished September 29, 1750 for Robert Lerogne, vicar (Bedfordshire County Record Office). C19 alterations and extensions to rear. Colour washed plastered brick with mainly slate roofs but tiles to rear of main block. Now T-plan, front block of 2 storeys and attics, rear blocks of 2 and one-storeys. Front elevation: symmetrical, with central 4-panel front door in moulded surround and under traceried fanlight and flat bracketed hood. Flanked by 2 storey canted bays each with one sash window with glazing bars per floor. Similar sash window to first floor above door. 2 recessed dormers with 2-light leaded casements. Mansard roof with gable end brick stacks. C19 rear block is of double-pile plan with 2-span roof. Sash windows with glazing bars. Gable end brick stacks.

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