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Cliddesden Down House, the former rectory

The former rectory, now known as Cliddesden Down House. An C18, early C19, two storey and attic brick house, with symmetrical front and single storey south wing. (National Heritage Register, Hampshire Treasures vol.2.) The rectory was set in ten acres of glebe land.  (Tithe Award, 1842).

Jennie Butler