The Old Rectory

A substantial detached mid
The Old Rectory is a substantial detached mid Victorian former Rectory occupying a charming location on the edge of a small village at the foot of the Quantock Hills standing in gardens and grounds of about 2.5 acres.

The Old Rectory is listed Grade II in recognition for its architectural interest and probably dates from around 1861 possibly by a design of Edward Jeboult. The house is of typical Victorian style built of local Quantock stone elevations with Bath stone dressings to the windows and door reveals under an attractive patterned clay tiled roof with decorative ridge tiles and coped verges.
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