|What:||Vicarage for St Matthew's church Cainscross|
|Where:||Cashes Green Road|
|Then:||Built in 1929 as a private house (named 'Enfield') by Thomas Falconer. Its owner had interests in India and above the central door was a stone carving showing a galleon bound for India. The house was sold in 1955 to the Church of England|
|Now:||Demolished and replaced with houses|
The original vicarage stood next to St. Matthew's church, and is now Cotswold House Care Home. In the late 1950s it was an animation studio, making such animated films as the Popeye series and Asterix.
The vicarage at Cashes Green was built in 1929 as a private house named 'Enfield' by Thomas Falconer, for Arthur Tom Luker, a businessman with interests in India. Built of Stonehouse brick, the tall recessed centre was flanked by projections containing the kitchen and garage. Above the central door was a stone carving showing a galleon bound for India.
The house was sold to the Church of England in 1955, for use as a vicarage.
It was demolished in 2007