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Description: 10, the Pallant
Date Listed: 16 May 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 135442
OS Grid Reference: SU7185206310
OS Grid Coordinates: 471852, 106310
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8519, -0.9806
SU 7106 HAVANT THE PALLANT
10/8 No. 10
Dissenting chapel, now a warehouse, 1718. Brick with a tile roof. Hipped
roof. Symmetrical front (north) of red brickwork in Flemish bond with
blue headers, parapet with recessed panels on each side of a Venetian frame,
having entablature and pilasters of carved brickwork, eaves level band,
2 large windows with rubbed red arches with stone key and impost blocks.
Above the doorway is an oval rendered panel, with a rubbed red brick surround
and 4 keys. The doorway is a plain rubbed arch with key and impost blocks.
The side (east and west) elevations have 2 round-headed windows, and a wider
(segmental arched) window in a later southward extension; the 1st part has
red brickwork in Monk bond, the later has Flemish bond with blue headers.
Casements, 2 filled openings in the south wall. Sliding, rail-hung front
Listing NGR: SU7184806333
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Source: English Heritage
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