Tredington Rectory, a house dating to the Medieval period. It was rebuilt in the Imperial period although the Medieval windows were incorporated into the present building. It is located 100m south west of the church.
1 The present rectory was built in the late 19th century and is situated on the spot which the previous rectory, a fine 15th century building, stood before it was destroyed in the mid 19th century. The windows of the former building are incorporated in the present structure.
2 Part late 15th century, part rebuilt and extended mid 19th century. An L-shaped house of 2 storeys in stone.
3 Archaeological observations to the immediate west of Tredington House recorded an undated stone wall which may have been part of the former 15th century rectory (MWA9719).