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Description: Chapel and Cottage Adjoining, with Chapel Forecourt Railings
Date Listed: 29 October 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 263981
OS Grid Reference: ST3489817183
OS Grid Coordinates: 334898, 117183
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9504, -2.9281
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ILTON CP CHURCH ROAD (South side)
ST31NW POUND CORNER
2/97 Chapel and cottage adjoining,
with chapel forecourt railings
Cottage and attached chapel. (a) Cottage: Circa 1800. Ham stone rubble; thatched roof with half-hip to north, plain
gable to south; brick chimney stacks. Two storeys, 2 bays. Small casement windows with horizontal bars, earlier type
frames, all 3-light, with timber lintols below; to right a boarded door with glazed panel in heavy frame, in recess
with concrete lintol over; iron wall tie plate above door. Single casement window in south gable. Interior not seen.
Attached on north side is (b) the Chapel: Dated 1874. Cut and squared grey lias stone with Ham stone dressings; Welsh
slate roof with stepped coped west gable having obelisk finial. 'T'-plan, with north crosswing, single-storey, 3-bay
west elevation. Plain lancet windows diamond-leaded, 2 to gable of bay 1 flanking a pointed-arched doorway; in corner
north of bay 2 a stone porch with pointed arched doorway: datestone high in west gable. Linking the two buildings a
yellow brick wall with pointed arched doorway. Interior not seen. About 2 metres west of chapel a low stone wall capped
with arrowhead railings about one metre tall, with gate to match opposite doorway; stone wall returns back to chapel at
north and south ends, all adding to the setting of the buildings.
Listing NGR: ST3489817183
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Source: English Heritage
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