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Description: Chapel Cottage
Former Baptist Chapel, Minister's House (Chapel Cottage), Forecourt Walling, Railing
Date Listed: 11 March 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 267891
OS Grid Reference: ST7746853403
OS Grid Coordinates: 377468, 153403
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2793, -2.3244
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HEMINGTON CP STEPS LANE (North side)
7/108 Former Baptist Chapel, Minister's
(Chapel Cottage), forecourt
walling, railings and gate
Baptist chapel with school-room and minister's house; chapel and school room now an agricultural store, minister's
house now a dwelling. Datestone to centre of frontage:- "1836"; some C20 alteration. Coursed and squared rubble,
freestone dressings, hipped slate roofs. Austere frontage. Two storey, 2 bay chapel to centre, with a lower wing set
back on each side, 3:2 bays; sash windows with cambered and segmental heads, glazing bars, in plain stone architraves
with emphasised keys; except casements in plain architraves to dwelling. Central cambered head door opening to chapel,
plank door; cambered head door opening to dwelling, half-glazed door. Chapel with galleried interior; memorial; school
room with chimney-piece. Rubble forecourt wall ramped up to each side, dressed coping; section of spear-capped railings
to centre, gates, remains of wrought-iron standard lamp to right; part of forecourt wall to left demolished to form an
opening to Chapel Cottage.
Listing NGR: ST7746853403
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Source: English Heritage
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