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Description: Southwell Baptish Chapel and Adjoining House
Date Listed: 11 August 1961
English Heritage Building ID: 242438
OS Grid Reference: SK6994753487
OS Grid Coordinates: 469947, 353487
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0740, -0.9574
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1919-0/10/131 (East side)
11/08/61 Southwell Baptist chapel and
Baptist chapel and adjoining house. Built 1808 as the parish
workhouse and converted to chapel with attached manse c1839.
Mid C19 and late C20 additions. Restored and interior refitted
1989 by John Severn. Brick, with stucco front, stone dressings
and hipped slate roof. Plinth, first floor band, moulded
eaves, single gable stack. Front windows are glazing bar
sashes. Single range, 6 windows, with a projecting
semicircular central bay at front and rear. 2 storey chapel,
to right, has 4 tall round headed sashes and below, 4 smaller
flat headed sashes. 3 storey house, to left, has 2 flat headed
sashes on each floor. Projecting rear bay has similar
fenestration to front bay. Right end has a stucco porch with
parapet and the inscription "Baptist Chapel" over the door.
Behind this, parapeted brick porch, 1989. Rear has, to left, a
mid C19 addition, brick with pantile roof, with single gable
and side wall stacks. 2 storeys; 3 window range. Windows are
cross casements with segmental heads. Off-centre door, also
with segmental head.
(Buildings of England: Elizabeth Williamson: Nottinghamshire:
London: 1979-: 333).
Listing NGR: SK6994753487
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Source: English Heritage
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