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Description: So-Called Chapel About 10 Yards North West of the Old Prebendal
Date Listed: 27 August 1956
English Heritage Building ID: 251810
OS Grid Reference: SP2798618045
OS Grid Coordinates: 427986, 218045
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8603, -1.5950
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SHIPTON-UNDER-WYCHWOOD STATION ROAD
6/100 So-called "Chapel"
about 10 yards north-west
27.8.56 of the Old Prebendal
Outbuilding incorporating features from demolished chapel. C14 and C15 features set
in mid C19 structure in 1900 (see date panel). Rubble built with Cotswold stone
roof, coped verges and saddlestones. The north-east gable wall links with back of
Old Prebendal (qv) and contains one of the re-set arches. Two pointed C14 archways
with florets in rebated chamfer, one to yard at rear of Old Prebendal (qv) and one
to outhouse; the right-hand doorway is incomplete and flanking imposts imply an
arcade; flanked by cusp-head lancets with label drips. Further 'L'-plan range to
east with irregular openings. Return wall to south-east has a chamfered archway at
Listing NGR: SP2798018046
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Source: English Heritage
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