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All Saints Church Rooms, Narborough

Description: All Saints Church Rooms

Grade: II
Date Listed: 23 February 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 188983

OS Grid Reference: SP5399597512
OS Grid Coordinates: 453995, 297512
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5728, -1.2047

Location: 7 School Lane, Narborough, Leicestershire LE9 5GS

Locality: Narborough
Local Authority: Blaby District Council
County: Leicestershire
Country: England
Postcode: LE9 5GS

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Listing Text

SP 59 NW
7/61 All Saints' Church Rooms

Former church school with house for school-mistress, now church rooms. 1873.
Granite rubble with red brick and limestone dressings; tarred slate roof with
zig-zag tile right; brick chimneys. U-plan, with house for school-mistress
projecting to left, schoolroom projecting to right, and lobbies in inner angles.
Both projecting wings are gabled. Chamfered plinth, moulded brick eaves and
gable verges. School, to right, is in early English style with moulded sill
string and arched windows in moulded brick surrounds. Below each main window
is a terracotta frieze with scroll ornament. Centre bay has pair of arched lights
with cusped roundel above, cusped hoodmould and gable over. Projecting right
bay has triple lancets with dripmould, and round window above. Left side of
this wing has lean-to lobby with lancet to front, and gable over moulded arch
with hoodmould and double doors in left side, All hoodmoulds have carved stops.
Right side of wing has 4 pairs of lancets and 2 buttresses. To centre of ridge
of school wing is a square bell turret with louvred wooden bellcote, slender
spirelet, and cusped gables over side louvres on base. House to left is simpler
in style and is of 2 storeys with Limestone band course at first floor level.
Projecting gable has sash windows with chamfered brick jambs, and limestone sills
and lintels. Upper window also has brick relieving arch. Ground floor has canted
corners with narrow sashes, the upper storey quoins off-set and carried on shaped
stone brackets. Right side of wing has lean-to lobby with upper storey jettied
on shaped brick corbels, irregular single lights, and door with shaped stone
arch over fanlight.

Listing NGR: SP5399597512

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Source: English Heritage

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