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Old Vicarage, St Michael And All Angels' Church, Castlemartin

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Map ReferenceSR99NW
Grid ReferenceSR9109098900
Unitary (Local) AuthorityPembrokeshire
Old CountyPembrokeshire
PeriodPost Medieval
The Old Vicarage is a Grade II* listed ruined building situated within the churchyard of St Martin and All Angels Church (NPRN 308940), some 40m north-east of the church. It is constructed of local rubble stone with traces of slate roofing. The north gable wall is 0.9 m thick and contains a chimney flue of oval shape in the wall thickness. An original entrance to the two-unit cottage with a heavy curved lintel is towards the south of the west wall, but now blocked. A lateral chimney survives at west serving a small corner fireplace. The third room added at the S end contains a large chimney with a square shaft, dripstone and capping. The building incororates a 12th century arcade.

Sources incude:
Cadw listed buildings database

RCAHMW, 17 November 2017
application/mswordPHGS - Pembrokeshire Historic Garden Sites CollectionDigital copy of brief notes about Castlemartin Rectory, Castlemartin.