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The Old Rectory, opposite St Dona Church

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Map ReferenceSH58SE
Grid ReferenceSH5746080800
Unitary (Local) AuthorityIsle of Anglesey
Old CountyAnglesey
Period18th Century
Two- storey, Georgian rectory built of rubble masonry with a slate roof. The principal elevation is a three-window range which has the central entrance under a timber Georgian-style porch and a panelled door under a deep, small-paned, rectangular overlight. Flanking the ground floor windows are tall twelve-paned hornless sashes, then the first floor windows are smaller windows of sixteen-panes set under the eaves, whilst the single window wing has similar windows and the first floor window is a horned sash.

It is listed as a good Georgian rectory with good original character especially in the retention of its fenestration. It forms a strong visual group with the adjacent Church of St Dona.

Source:- Cadw listed buildings, NJR 05/10/2010