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The Vicarage

According to "Wright's Directory of South Derbyshire 1874", the house was built in 1827 by W A Shirley. He moved in in January 1828.

The listing states:
“House. Reputed to have been built in 1824. Brick, cement rendered, plain tile hipped roof with brick ridge stack. L-plan, two storeys. South elevation of three plus one bays, with four glazing bar sashes to each floor. West elevation of three plus two bays, the two bays to the left slightly set back, and with two glazing bar sashes to each floor. Three right hand bays have a central flat roofed porch which has a doorway with overlight and panelled door, flanked by narrow glazing bar sashes. Narrow glazing bar sashes in the return walls. The porch is flanked on either side by glazing bar sashes, with three similar sashes above. The windows to the east elevation all have louvred shutters. Entrance hall with Minton tiled floor and staircase with turned balusters.”