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Historic sites (17)
Leek Wootton (1)
Morton Bagot (1)
Newbold on Avon (1)
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Religious Buildings (17)
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Rectory, Church Road, Baginton
1 Late 17th/ early 18th century with more recent additions. A plain, but somehow attractive house of stone with stone gable ends, and a projecting gabled wing surmounted by ...
A vicarage that was built during the Post Medieval period. It is situated in Church Road, Baginton.
The Old Rectory, Ryton Road, Bubbenhall
1 Marked on the 1906 2nd edition OS map as the Rectory and as Tall Trees on the 1967 OS map. 2 Now known as The Old Rectory and used as ...
A vicarage known as The Old Rectory which was built during the Imperial period. It is situated on Ryton Road, Bubbenhall.
Site of Post Medieval vicarage
1 The old vicarage, presumably that of the 16th century, was demolished in the middle of the 19th century and the present one built. It is marked as building ...
The site of a vicarage dating from the Post Medieval period, which was demolished and rebuilt during the 19th century. It was situated next to Rowington church.
The Old Rectory, Church End, Shustoke
1 Much altered building, now cottages, refronted in brick. The birthplace of Sir William Dugdale in 1605.
The Old Rectory, a house that was built during the Post Medieval period. It is situated at Church End.
Site of a Vicarage in Kenilworth
1 The only reference to the Vicarage, presumably built in the 1850’s as it was attached to St John’s Church which was built in 1852, is on the 1886 OS ...
The site of the Vicarage built during the Imperial period and which is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. A housing estate now stands on this site, though when the Vicarage was demolished is not known. It was situated 400m west of the cricket ground, Kenilworth.
1 A Victorian vicarage in good condition and inhabited, although according to locals, any church connection ceased in 1983.
Marton vicarage which was built during the Imperial period. It is situated North Street, Marton.
1 House, formerly rectory. c1830. Flemish bond buff brick with string course to main block, and brick dentil cornice throughout. Late Georgian style. 2 storeys. 2 Building is notable for its ...
Frankton Rectory, a vicarage that was built as during the Imperial period. The building is no longer in use as a vicarage but is situated 100m south east of the church at Frankton.
The Old Rectory, Birdingbury
1 Letter from Rev John Stevinson of St Leonard’s Church, Birdingbury, with some thoughts on his church and its environs and a pamphlet which he has written. 2 House, formerly rectory. ...
The Old Rectory, a vicarage which was built during the Post Medieval period. It is situated on Main Street, Birdingbury.
The Old Vicarage, Hoskyn Close, Hillmorton
1 The old vicarage is a neat residence erected on part of the Glebe land. 2 Marked as vicarage on the 1887 6″ OS map. 3 2 storey 19th century redbrick building ...
The Old Vicarage which was built during the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. The vicarage is situated in Hoskyn Close, Hillmorton.
The Vicarage, Main Street, Newbold on Avon
1 A neat residence near the church. 2 18th century redbrick, hipped tile roof. Central 19th century pedimented trellis porch. 19th century stucco door surround has pediment and freize on ...
A vicarage that was built during the Imperial period. It is situated on Main Street, Newbold on Avon.
The Old Rectory, Coventry Road, Brinklow
1 Early 19th century. Yellow brick in Flemish bond with slate roof and brick stacks to ends. Two storeys; 3-window range. Part-glazed door in right facade ...
The Old Rectory, a vicarage which was built during the Imperial period. It is situated in Brinklow.
Site of Post Medieval Parsonage at Morton Bagot Manor
1 Morton Bagot Manor has replaced the old parsonage. A glebe terrier of 1714 describes the former parsonage as having four small low bays and a barn of three bays, ...
The site of a vicarage dating to the Post Medieval period and known from documentary evidence. It is located at Morton Bagot.
Site of Medieval Vicarage to W of Church
1 The first vicarage was a 14th century house situated towards the SW corner of the churchyard. A description and plan are given. These are copied from reference 2. 2 A ...
The site of a vicarage which was built in the Medieval period. A plan of the house was drawn up in 1721. It is situated to the west of the church.
Wootton Paddox, Leek Wootton
1 The old vicarage was pulled down in 1824. 2 Part of this building is contained in the new one which was built in 1824. This is a regular 3 ...
The site of a vicarage probably dating to the Post Medieval period. It was later pulled down and rebuilt in the Imperial Period. The building is now a private residence at Wootton Paddox, close to All Saint's Church.
Site of Rectory, Ashow
1 A rectory is shown in close proximity to the church on an estate map from 1766. 2 According to the Anot. map a stone built rectory was pulled down around ...
The site of a vicarage which probably dates to the Post Medieval period. It is marked on an estate map of 1766. The vicarage was demolished in 1851. It was situated to the north of the church at Ashow.
The Old Vicarage, Cubbington
1 Built in 1821 at a cost of £1,200. Red brick with low pitched slate roof with hipped ends and wide projecting eaves. Two storeys. Square on plan but with ...
A two storey vicarage which was built during the Imperial period of red brick. It is situated 150m north of the church, Cubbington.
1 A documentary study of Polesworth Vicarage shows the existing house to have been rebuilt in the early 1870s, incorporating some 16th century elements. A description and history of the ...
Polesworth Vicarage, which was built during the Imperial period. The building incorporates some Medieval elements. It is situated 200m east of Bridge Street, Polesworth.
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