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Description: Former Chapel at Hidcote Manor
Date Listed: 25 August 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 126955
OS Grid Reference: SP1764742857
OS Grid Coordinates: 417647, 242857
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0838, -1.7439
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SP 14 SE EBRINGTON HIDCOTE BARTRIM
5/49 Former Chapel at Hidcote Manor
25.8.60 (formerly listed as Chapel
(unconsecrated) SE of Manor House)
Former barn, then chapel, now store. C18. Converted C20 to
chapel by Lawrence Johnston. Left and right gable ends ashlar,
facade squared limestone, wall to road brick with limestone quoins.
Roof pitch facing road artificial stone, limestone slate on
opposite side. Flat coping to gable ends with roll-cross saddle
on right and ashlar bell turret on right. Single unit formerly 2
storeys. Facade has single 4-light trefoil headed hollow
chamfered window, under segmental stopped hood. Unpainted,
studded, reused plank door with cover strips and decorative strap
hinges, right, in 4-centred arched doorway with hollow, moulded
architrave. Large east window with 3 cusped lights and
perpendicular tracery under segmental stopped hood. All windows
have diamond leaded lights. Steps up right gable end formerly to
door, now blocked, with projecting, porch with limestone slate roof
supported on wooden uprights. 3-light flat chamfered, stone-
mullioned window also.
Interior: C20 roof with arched brace resting on corbels with
collar above brace. A few panes of re-used Medieval window glass
in all windows. National Trust property.
Listing NGR: SP1764742857
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Source: English Heritage
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