Built between 1805-1807

Rectory Cottage | Photo by Tony Mould
Rectory Cottage
Photo by Tony Mould
Ovingdean Rectory built c1804 | Photo by JG Davies
Ovingdean Rectory built c1804
Photo by JG Davies
Rectory Lodge | Photo by Tony Mould
Rectory Lodge
Photo by Tony Mould

Please note that this text is an extract from a reference work written in 1990.  As a result, some of the content may not reflect recent research, changes and events.

e) OVINGDEAN RECTORY: On the opposite side of the road from Ovingdean Grange is the village green, a small grassed area which leads up to the church. Adjacently stands Rectory Cottage, a large, three-storey, late-eighteenth-century house faced with cobbles; a single-storey, cobble-fronted building, Rectory Lodge, stands nearby. The Rectory itself beyond lies beyond the cottage and is a large, grade II*-listed house dating from 1804-7. It has a cobbled facade, Tuscan pedimented porch, and a flint coach-house on the south-eastern side.

Any numerical cross-references in the text above refer to resources in the Sources and Bibliography section of the Encyclopaedia of Brighton by Tim Carder.

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