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Description: Part of Former Mausoleum Now Used As Stage in Proiry Gardens
Date Listed: 12 February 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 101496
OS Grid Reference: SZ1607492614
OS Grid Coordinates: 416074, 92614
Latitude/Longitude: 50.7329, -1.7736
1. (South End)
Part of former Mausoleum
now used as stage in
SZ 1692 1A/152
1783. Wall, said to be part of a former mausoleum, moved from churchyard and
re-erected here circa 1803, C18 Gothic. Plastered facade, centre section advanced
under ogee pediment, obelisks as finials. 2 storeys high. Blind Gothic arcading
under pediment enclosed in larger Gothic arch. String course below, then round
arched arcade, then plinth. Flanking recessed portions each containing a round
arched doorway, eastern one blind, string course at impost height. Blind round
recess above with architrave and outer pilasters.
The boundary walls of Priory Gardens form a group with the stage in the
Listing NGR: SZ1607492614
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Source: English Heritage
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