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Location - Leeds & District

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The Vicarage (Ivy House), Church Lane (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White imageUndated. View of an old property which originated as the Vicarage for the mid-18th century St. Matthew's Church in Church Lane. A new St. Matthew's Church was built in Wood Lane in 1897-98. This ivy clad house became known as, appropriately 'Ivy House', and is still in existance today, although the old Church was demolished in 1935. Nowadays Ivy House is part of a residential complex and is divided into apartments.
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The Vicarage, Church Lane (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White imageUndated. Image entitled 'The Vicarage', Chapeltown. This substantial ivy - clad property is also known as Ivy House and is located in Church Lane, once next to the old, mid - 18th century church of St. Matthew that was demolished in 1935. A new church of St. Matthew was built 1897-98 in Wood Lane, but for a time the old church continued in use for burials and occasional services. Nowadays, the ivy has gone and Ivy House has been divided into flats and is part of a residential complex.
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The Vicarage, Town Gate, south-east side of Carr Road (Calverley)
Black & White image1910. View of the St. Wilfrid's Church Vicarage from south-east. It stands near the junction of Carr Road with Town Gate. The Rev. James Wright Hatton instigated the building of the Vicarage in 1886 to replace the previous one which he deemed was not worthy of further improvement. He believed the unsanitary conditions were causing ill-health within his family. Money was raised partly by public subscription and a bazaar, and the new Vicarage was built on the site of the old one at a cost of £3,350. It was designed by T.F.Healey and is in the Mixed Gothic and Vernacular Revival Style. Two decorative leaded lights were removed from Calverley Old Hall, during alterations, to fill 2 lancet windows. The old Vicarage is now Grade II listed. At present (2012) it is occupied by the Calverley Village Day Nursery, which opened in 2011; prior to this it was the premises of the John Ryan Partnership, Leeds Engineering Consultants.
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