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Description: Chapel House and Prince of Wales Cottage
Date Listed: 14 October 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 174955
OS Grid Reference: TQ6908548267
OS Grid Coordinates: 569085, 148267
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2086, 0.4192
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TQ 64 NE
Chapel House and
Prince of Wales
House pair (possibly formerly non-domestic). C19 or (probably) earlier.
Timber framed. Front elevation weatherboarded on both floors. Rear
elevation painted brick to ground floor, upper floor tile-hung to left,
weatherboarded to right. Plain tile roof. Crested ridge tiles to right
of stack. 2 low storeys. Boxed eaves, slightly higher to front than to
rear. Gabled roof. Red brick ridge stack towards centre, and projecting
gault brick gable end stack to right. One flat-roofed dormer to right.
Irregular fenestration of two paned casements, one two-light and one
single-light, to left of stack only. Boarded door to Chapel House to
left end, half-glazed door to rear to right to Prince of Wales Cottage.
Lean-to to left gable end. Interior: only partly inspected. Right
end appears to be aisled, but with arcade posts of rectangular section.
Chamfered ground-floor axial beam, and joists of relatively square
section to right. Brick fireplace with wooden bressumer, to right.
Left section said to have framing of large scantling. Tombstone dated
c.1620 said to have been found within house.
Listing NGR: TQ6908548267
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Source: English Heritage
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