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Description: Former Methodist Chapel and Attached Wall and Gateway
Date Listed: 22 October 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 242090
OS Grid Reference: SK6524848758
OS Grid Coordinates: 465248, 348758
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0321, -1.0285
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SK 64 NE EPPERSTONE CHAPEL LANE
9/34 Former Methodist
chapel and attached
22.10.74 wall and gateway
Former Methodist chapel. Late C18 with 1891 extension. C18 of
dressed coursed rubble. Hipped plain tile roof. Single storey,
2 bays. Rear wall has 2 round arched lancets with lead glazing
bars. The south side has 2 large cross casements with lead
glazing bars. Projecting from the front is the C19 red brick and
hipped plain tile school room with sprocketed eaves and 2 red
brick stacks. Set on a deep plinth with chamfered blue brick
band over. Single tripartite cross casement under segmental
arch. The right/south wall has a doorway with plank door.
Above are 2 cross casements and single central arched board. On
the far right is a doorway with plank door and glazing bar
overlight. All openings under segmental arches. Attached to the
right of the front wall is a red brick wall coped with blue
brick. This terminates in a single brick pier with chamfered
edges and topped with shaped ashlar coping which forms a small
pediment on each side. Front inscribed "erected". There is a
corresponding gate pier inscribed "1891", forming a gateway with
small iron gate.
Listing NGR: SK6524848758
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Source: English Heritage
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