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Description: Priory Farmhouse
Date Listed: 12 October 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 297950
OS Grid Reference: TQ0247406337
OS Grid Coordinates: 502474, 106337
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8475, -0.5458
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TQ 00 NW LYMINSTER ARUNDEL ROAD,
listed as Priory
of Calcetto Priory)]
Queen Adelisa, the widow of Henry I, who married as her second husband William de
Albini, Earl of Arundel, founded a small house here for Augustinian Canons at some
time before 1151. It was dedicated to St Bartholomew and was known as the Priory de
Calceto or of the Causeway. It was suppressed by Cardinal Wolsey in 1524. Of the
buildings, a portion of a square tower remains, which is now a farmhouse of which the
name is spelled Calcetto with two "ts". Square C13 building of stone rubble and
flints with red brick with dressings and 2 stone buttresses on the south west side.
Pyramidal tiled roof. Casement windows. 3 s, 3 w. On the south east a modern addition
of 2 s, and 1 w has been made and on the north west a similar addition of 1 s with a
Listing NGR: TQ0247406337
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Source: English Heritage
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