Description: Congregational Chapel and House on South Side
Date Listed: 14 November 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 325806
OS Grid Reference: SE6134932266
OS Grid Coordinates: 461349, 432266
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7831, -1.0704
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1. (west side)
and house on south side
SE 6132 SW 4/115
In 1865 J P Pritchett of York was instructed to prepare plans for a chapel "in
the French Romanesque style", to replace an older Independant chapel. It was opened
in 1866. Brown brick. Grey brick dressings. Nave has pitched roof: lean-to aisles,
separated (on the facade) from the nave by buttresses. Diagonally placed brick
cornice. Plate tracery rose windows. Four-bay arcade on Romanesque-style colonettes
on ground floor of nave. One round-arched door with Romanesque-style colonettes
in jambs to each aisle. Doors with elaborately wrought-iron hinges. One-bay two-storey
house attached on south side: one arcade (as above) per floor, with two arches
on first floor, three on ground floor.
Listing NGR: SE6134932266
Source: English Heritage
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