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Chapel, Immediately South of Lower Court Farmhouse, Long Ashton

Description: Chapel, Immediately South of Lower Court Farmhouse

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 11 October 1961
English Heritage Building ID: 33556

OS Grid Reference: ST5489270239
OS Grid Coordinates: 354892, 170239
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4294, -2.6502

Location: Festival Way, Long Ashton BS41 9LW

Locality: Long Ashton
County: North Somerset
Country: England
Postcode: BS41 9LW

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There is also a scheduled monument, Chapel at Lower Court, at the same location as this building or very close to it. This may be related in some way or possibly a different name for the same structure.

Listing Text


4/162 Chapel, immediately south of
11.10.61 Lower Court Farmhouse

Chantry chapel, now disused. Late C14 - early C15. Coursed rubble with some
render surviving, freestone quoins and dressings; double Roman tiled roof with
coped gables. The west gable has a doorway with a hollow-ogee moulded surround
and a 4-centred head; plank door; plain stone bellcote. The north wall has a
blocked 2-light window with cusped, ogee heads and under a dripmould. The east
gable has a blocked 3-light window also with cusped ogee heads and under a
4-centred head and hood mould. Interior. The roof has fine arch-braced and
moulded principal rafters and arched common rafters, a moulded ridge and
embattled wall plates. Ogee headed piscina. Scheduled as an Ancient Monument,
Avon County No. 108.

Listing NGR: ST5489270239

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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