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Description: Mountbatten Gallery
Date Listed: 17 November 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 141186
OS Grid Reference: SU3602417859
OS Grid Coordinates: 436024, 117859
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9590, -1.4884
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ROMSEY EXTRA LEE
SU 31 NE
7/8 Mountbatten Gallery
Lee Chapel, now an art gallery. A neo-Norman design by T L Donaldson for Lord
Palmerston, of 1862, with late C20 extension. Aisleless nave of four bays,
with eastern apse, a smaller apse at the east end of the north elevation, south
porch, with a late C20 room alongside the north wall. Walls of brickwork in
equal bands of red and yellow, eaves with brick dentils and deep fascia supported
on corbels, the long elevations divided panelwise by flat buttresses: hood-
moulds and impost blocks to the arched openings, plinth. Slate roof over the
nave, extended as a catslide above the addition; tile roof to the apses and
porch, the latter with ornamental bargeboards. The west gable is stepped below
the coping, and there is a central buttress flanked by narrow tall windows.
Listing NGR: SP4051218697
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Source: English Heritage
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