Harlev Rectory

Harlev Rectory
Harlev Præstegård
Half-timbered brick building with thatched roof
General information
Architectural styleHalf-timbered
LocationHarlev, Denmark
Technical details
Floor count1

Harlev Rectory (Danish: Harlev Præstegård) is the rectory of the Harlev and Framlev pastorate and a listed building in Aarhus Municipality, Denmark. The rectory was completed in 1732 and was listed by the Danish Heritage Agency on 3 March 1950. Originally it was the rectory of the adjoining Gl. Harlev Church but the Harlev and Framlev pastorates have been merged so the priest today serve both parishes. The rectory is owned by the Church of Denmark along with the church itself.[1]


The rectory consists of 3 buildings surrounding a central courtyard to the east, west and south. The 3 wings are typical for farms of the time. The buildings are half-timbered with whitewashed walls with exposed wooden supports and stand on a base of granite boulders. The roofs are thatched with straw with a ridged roof construction in the central building and a hip roof on the side wings. The main building features a dormer window above the main door and a wooden cornice running the length of all three buildings.[1]


  1. ^ a b "HarlevPræstegård" (in Danish). Danish Heritage Agency. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 22 January 2016.

External links

  • Harlev-Framlev Pastorate Website
  • "Fredede Bygninger Marts 2018" [Listed Buildings March 2018] (PDF) (in Danish). Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces. Archived (PDF) from the original on 3 March 2018. Retrieved 3 March 2018.

Coordinates: 56°07′57″N 10°00′38″E / 56.1325°N 10.0106°E / 56.1325; 10.0106

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