St Fagans Old Rectory

St Fagans Old Rectory is a Grade II* listed building in the village of St Fagans in western Cardiff.

It is an important Victorian house designed by John Prichard and John Pollard Seddon, built in 1858ā€“9 and used as a rectory until 1975. It is built from coursed squared lies with Bath stone dressings in two storeys and a French medieval-style attic. The steep roofs are made from Welsh slate. A lean-to veranda across the ground floor is supported by stone columns with capitals. The southern bay of the east elevation has a tall truncated pyramidal roof and on the eastern end is a gabled porch.

SpointCloud.com

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: