The official residence usually provided by a church for its parson; a rectory.(noun)
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Use "parsonage" in a sentence
"Until later that night they became more curious, decided to go over to his home, which is what they call a parsonage, because essentially it's owned by the church itself."
"The farmers about here consider him as rolling in wealth, and I must say that, though the parsonage is absolutely bare of luxuries, one is not there often unpleasantly reminded that the parson is a poor man."
"The attractive three-bedroom parsonage is located on the church property."