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Church of St Bartholomew, Nettlebed

Description: Church of St Bartholomew

Grade: II
Date Listed: 13 February 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 247124

OS Grid Reference: SU6983286740
OS Grid Coordinates: 469832, 186740
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5752, -0.9937

Locality: Nettlebed
Local Authority: South Oxfordshire District Council
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: RG9 5DA

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Listing Text

(South side)
12/102 Church of St. Bartholomew
Church. Probably late C18 tower, church 1845-6 by Henry Hakewill. Grey brick
with some red brick to tower; stone window surrounds; slate roof. 4-bay nave
with south aisle, 2-bay chancel, vestry to south and west tower Early English
style. Plank door with 2 centre arch and stone surround to gabled porch with
slate roof to left of centre. Three C19 reticulated tracery windows to south
aisle, 2 lancets to chancel. 2-span roof to church. Vestry in angle between
south aisle and chancel with plank door to angle and gable above with
reticulated tracery; complex hipped roof. Tower to left of 3 stages: Plank door
to rendered ground floor; Y-tracery window to first floor; paired lancet to 2nd
floor, crenellated parapet to roof. Reticulated tracery east window.
Interior: Brass memorial plate of 1637 and good C18 stone memorials in south
aisle. Early C20 pulpit of green and cream marble. East window and western
window of south aisle by John Piper.
(Buildings of England : Oxfordshire, p.714).

Listing NGR: SU6983286740

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Source: English Heritage

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