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©  Lorna Freeman

IoE Number: 128497
Location: THE VICARAGE, THE GREEN (north side)
Photographer: Lorna Freeman
Date Photographed: 28 October 2001
Date listed: 06 September 1954
Date of last amendment: 06 September 1954
Grade II

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ST 8893-8993 TETBURYTHE GREEN(north side)7/223The Vicarage6.9.54

ST 8893-8993 TETBURY THE GREEN (north side) 7/223 The Vicarage 6.9.54 GV II Large detached vicarage. Front range dated 1771, with earlier ranges behind of early C18 and probably late Cl6. Rubble stone, random coursed on front range with some punched stone and some snecking. Cotswold stone slate roof with stone stacks. Long L- shape range with polygonal right return to front range. 3 storeys. 4 windows across straight wall, 12-pane sashes with large stone lintels, 9-pane on top storey. Two C19 sashes on ground floor, plate glass to right, triple glazing bar sash to left, with early C19 central iron porch supported in front only with swept lead roof. Doorway has side pilasters and original door which now has large glazed panel at top and single horizontal moulded panel below. Polygon windows as main facade with oval plaque "1771 JW" on blind centre wall. At rear, very large stepped stone external stack with blocked opening, probably of late C16, with small 2- storey wing with parapet joined to L-shape wing of early C18 of 3 storeys, with 12-pane sashes, and C19 sashes to ground floor, across front of which is range of 1771.

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