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rectory

1. the official house of a rector
2. Church of England the office and benefice of a rector

rectory

The residence of a rector.
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The Old Rectory, managed by Loughborough's Archaeological and Historical Society in tandem with the Charnwood Borough Council, is fast becoming a go-to venue for art exhibitions, workshops, readings and history walks.
Escape to the country Average sale prices of country properties (per square foot) and average price for whole property: - Barn conversion, PS316, PS939,000 - Chocolate box cottage, PS3050, PS606,000 - Mill conversion, PS276, PS959,000 - Farmhouse, PS264, PS1,144,000 - Manor house, PS246, PS1,431,000 - Old rectory, PS245, PS1,075,000
Old Came Rectory was rented by First World War poet Siegfried Sassoon during the 1920s to which he invited fellow war poet Edmund Blunden and T.E.
"It happened in the rectory and in different hours, at all hours.
But the Old Rectory is not necessarily just a family home, it will appeal to nature lovers and adventure seekers of all ages.
"We put in a search for 'house by water for sale' and The Old Rectory appeared in the list of 12.
"The church was removed in late 18th Century but the rectory continued serving Bothal Church and the communities of Sheepwash and Bothal until the late 19th Century.
The Old Rectory, Whalton, near Morpeth, Northumberland, is for sale at offers over PS1.5m through Stutt and Parker, tel: 01670 516123.
The Rectory IMDb http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2657658/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_3
"Rectory Mews in Burbage has such a lot to offer local home buyers who are in the market for a property which boasts all the benefits that village life has to offer yet with the city of Leicester and the town of Hinckley just a short commute.
TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel review site, has just awarded the 100-year-old property a 2012 Certificate of Excellence and its reviewers rated The Old Rectory on the Lake as the top Bed and Breakfast in Wales.