Refurbishment and Extension to a Grade II* Listed Rectory
This Grade II* Listed Rectory is set within mature gardens and dates from the late 17th century with alterations made in both the 18th and 19th centuries. Today the property is in use as a private house. Internally, the building retains much of its early plan form, particularly on the ground floor. The refurbishment and extension work included the demolition and replacement of an existing kitchen wing, sympathetic in character to the design of the original house along with other minor internal alterations including the arrangement of openings connecting it with the new wing, the removal of later sub-dividing partitions on the first floor and the repurposing of one casement window to return the rhythm of openings more closely to their earlier form.