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Description: Former Chapel of St John and Attached Priest's House
Date Listed: 16 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 184778
OS Grid Reference: SD3530940017
OS Grid Coordinates: 335309, 440017
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8523, -2.9849
SD 34 SE POULTON-LE-FYLDE BRECK ROAD
Former Chapel of St John
2/1 and attached priest's house
Former Roman Catholic chapel and attached priest's house, dated 1813. Brick now
rendered slate roof. A rectangular range under one roof hipped at both ends, the
chapel of 3 bays and one storey occupying the northern two-thirds of the range;
entrance at north end now concealed by unsympathetic brick porch; datestone above
inscribed "I have loved, O Lord, the beauty of thy house, and the place where they Glory dwelleth. AD 1813", flanked by 2 semicircular "eye" windows; 3 tall round-headed windows of 2 lights with wooden Y-tracery in each side wall. Interior now partitioned across the middle. Presbytery 2 storeys, originally of 3 symmetrical bays with sashed windows, now partially concealed by ground floor lean-to across door and right window. Though altered, this building retains the form of a pre-Emancipation chapel.
Listing NGR: SD3530940017
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Source: English Heritage
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