The Old Vicarage is now used as the church office. The front of the building facing Church Street was altered and Georgian bays were added. Parts of the interior were found to be older than the brick frontage. Vestiges of an earlier 15th century building can be seen at the rear where there is a mullioned window. Behind the old vicarage stood the old tithe barn, the arched entrance to which can be seen on High Street. (1)
Grade II house. Early 18th century. Red brick with ashlar dressings, with quoins, eaves cornice, coped gables with moulded kneelers, brick gable and ridge stacks, and a Welsh slated roof. East elevation. Symmetrical 1-3-1 bays, two storeys, with two storeyed canted bays with glazing bar sashes windows in stone surrounds and a parapet cornice. Central range with flat brick arches and keyblocks to window openings with glazing bar frames of 4 x 3 panes. Doorway with moulded stone architrave and a shallow cornice. Six panel door, the doorway approached by two stone steps. Offshut to rear and a 17th century window opening. (2)
Bibliographic reference: Old Dronfield Society. 2009. Explore Dronfield: Heritage Trail No. 1 Dronfield Old Town.
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England.
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DRONFIELD, NORTH EAST DERBYSHIRE, DERBYSHIRE
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