Halton Vicarage

Halton Vicarage

Halton Vicarage
Coordinates 53°19′55″N 2°41′44″W / 53.3320°N 2.6956°W / 53.3320; -2.6956Coordinates: 53°19′55″N 2°41′44″W / 53.3320°N 2.6956°W / 53.3320; -2.6956
OS grid reference SJ 539 819
Built 1739
Listed Building – Grade II*
Designated 20 October 1952
Reference no. 1320399
Location in Cheshire

Halton Vicarage is in Castle Road, Halton, Cheshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building.[1]

The vicarage was built in 1739 by Sir John Chesshyre for the incumbent of St Mary's Church.[2] It is built in sandstone with a slate roof and has rusticated quoins. It has five bays, the central of which is flanked by giant pilasters. The porch is supported by Doric columns. The eaves cornice has a solid parapet with a pedimented centre.[1] Over the door are Sir John's coat of arms.[2]

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  1. 1 2 Historic England, "The Vicarage, Halton (1320399)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 12 August 2012
  2. 1 2 Starkey, H. F. (1990), Old Runcorn, Halton Borough Council, p. 80

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