Halton Vicarage

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Halton Vicarage
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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
Halton Vicarage is located in Cheshire
Halton Vicarage
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. ^ a b Historic England, "The Vicarage, Halton (1320399)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 12 August 2012 
  2. ^ a b Starkey, H. F. (1990), Old Runcorn, Halton Borough Council, p. 80