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Alwalton Rectory c.1925

Alwalton Rectory from around 1925. The building still stands today and became a Grade II listed building in 1988. It is described as …….

“Dated gate pier ‘1848’. Ashlar and coursed limestone rubble with ashlar and freestone dressings. Low pitched hipped Welsh slated roofs. Two symmetrical ashlar stacks and rear stacks. Two storeys. Main north-south range with service wing to north-east and main entrance to south in angle. Garden facade of three bays with giant pilasters and double horizontal bands at cill and lintel heights. Deep moulded wooden eaves cornice and boarded eaves. Moulded stone architraves to three similar garden casements with margin lights and with louvred shutters, and three recessed first floor nine-paned hung sash windows with pilastered jambs. Half bay extension to right hand with moulded cornice to plain parapet, extension to left hand modern. Porch to south with round headed outer archway and triangular pediment with reeded console brackets. Inner glazed, panelled door. ‘Specification for erecting house and offices as a rectory 1833′,and notes of alterations made by rectors Wm Pain, Medforth and Milnes from 1905-1935’ (Inskip Ladds Collection, Norris Museum, St Ives).”