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Description: Lady Chapel Lodge
Mount Grace Lady Chapel
Date Listed: 29 January 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 332442
OS Grid Reference: SE4541598168
OS Grid Coordinates: 445415, 498168
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3770, -1.3023
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EAST HARLSEY RUEBERRY HILL
SE 49 NE
3/9 Mount Grace Lady Chapel
29.1.53 and Lady Chapel Lodge
Chapel and house. Early C16 chapel, mostly rebuilt in C20 and with C20
additions. Chapel has random coursed stone, graduated stone slate roof.
House of coursed squared stone with pantile roof. Chapel of 2 bays,attached
to right is the house of single storey with attics, 2 bays. Chapel: C16,
rebuilt C20. Deep moulded plinth, to west offset diagonal buttresses. To
left-hand bay a board door in original chamfered surround with 4-centred
arch and hoodmould. To right a C20 Perpendicular-type 3-light window. To
left wide stone coping to west gable. West window of 3 lights, C20,
Perpendicular in style. House: mid C19, breaks forward. Central C20 door,
flanked by 2-light mullion windows, all have hoodmoulds. Two 2-light raking
dormers. Stone coping, end stacks. Interior: two C20 hammer-beam roof
trusses. Listed for historic association with Mount Grace Priory. History:
now a Roman Catholic shrine, built originally by a Prior of Mount Grace, it
became a place of Pilgrimage. VCH, II, 24-26.
Listing NGR: SE4541598168
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Source: English Heritage
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