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Number 22 Including the Chapel of St Peter and St John st Edward's House Including St Edward's Chapel

A Grade II Listed Building in St James's, London

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.4977 / 51°29'51"N

Longitude: -0.1285 / 0°7'42"W

OS Eastings: 530008

OS Northings: 179304

OS Grid: TQ300793

Mapcode National: GBR HK.98

Mapcode Global: VHGQZ.QMF6

Entry Name: Number 22 Including the Chapel of St Peter and St John st Edward's House Including St Edward's Chapel

Listing Date: 1 December 1987

Last Amended: 25 September 1990

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1066768

English Heritage Legacy ID: 209863

Location: Westminster, London, SW1P

County: London

District: City of Westminster

Electoral Ward/Division: St James's

Built-Up Area: City of Westminster

Traditional County: Middlesex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London

Church of England Parish: St Matthew Westminster

Church of England Diocese: London

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Listing Text

In the entry for:-
TQ 3079 SW Great College Street
101/25 SW 1
Nos. 22 and 23
(including St Edward's
Chapel, Tufton Street.)
GV II
The address shall be amended:
Great College Street
SW 1
No. 22
(including St Edward's
Chapel, Tufton Street)
and the description shall be amended to read:-
Home and Chapel for the Society of St John the Evangelist. 1903-5 by Edward
Burgess. Red brick with stone dressings, slate roof. Free Style Tudor
Gothic with an embattled tower. 4 storeys with 5 storey "tower" of shallow
projection to left. Main block 5 windows wide plus coupled windows to tower;
gable and return virtually blind followed by recessed link bay with Chapel
block which has broad entrance bay and 3-window range to right. The combined
entrance to both chapel and school house is in Tufton Street. To Great
College Street the main block has a central 2 storey crenellated 2-window wide
projection with large 3 light mullioned-transomed windows, otherwise 2, 3 and
4-light mullioned windows, those on 1st floor transomed and with 4-centred
arched heads. 3 storey canted bay "turret" to right with weather-coped
parapet. Weathered stone plinth and strings, weathered stone string below
crowning parapet. Tufton Street front has 3-centred arched portal with
moulded jambs and drip mould above which is set a triple group of lancets, the
central one as niche with statue. The 3-window range to right is 4 storeys
high with deep stone plinth and the upper floor window bays recessed between
plain "buttress"-piers stone capped and finishing short of the sheer attic.
Y-traceried, 3-centred arched chapel windows to 1st floor and only one small
window at 3rd floor level, the wall face finished off sheer. simple 6-bay
chapel reached via narthex and 3 vaulted bays at right-angles, with lady
chapel over also of three bays with simple rib vault; all in Early English
style.

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101/25 Great College Street, SW1
101/25 No 22
(including St Edward's chapel,
Tufton Street.

The address shall be amended: II

Great College Street, SW1
No 22
(including the chapel of
St Peter and St John)
II
and the description shall be amended to read:-
Home and Chapel for the Society of St John and Evangelist. 1903-5 by Edward
Burgess. Red brick with stone dressings, slate roof. Free Style Tudor Gothic
with an embattled tower. 4 storeys with 5 storey "tower" of shallow projection
to left. Main block 5 windows wide plus coupled windows to tower; gable and
return virtually blind followed by recessed link bay with Chapel block which has
broad entrance bay and 3-window range to right. The combined entrance to both
chapel and house is in Tufton Street. To Great College Street the main block
has a central 2 storey crenellated 2-window wide projection with large 3 light
mullioned-transomed windows, otherwise 2, 3 and 4-light mullioned windows, those
on 1st floor transomed and with 4-centred arched heads. 3 storey canted bay
"turret" to right with weather-coped parapet. Weathered stone plinth and
strings, weathered stone string below crowning parapet. Tufton Street front has
3-centred arched portal with moulded jambs and drip mould above which is set a
triple group of lancets, the central one as niche with statue. The 3-window
range to right is 4 storeys high with deep stone plinth and the upper floor
window bays recessed between plain "buttress"-piers stone capped and finishing
short of the sheer attic. The 2 top storeys were added 1937. Y-traceried,
3-centred arched chapel windows to 1st floor and only one small window at 3rd
floor level, the wall face finished off sheer. Simple 6-bay chapel reached via
narthex and 3 vaulted bays at right-angles, with lady chapel over also of three
bays with simple rib vault; all in Early English style.

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TQ 3079 SW CITY OF WESTMINSTER GREAT COLLEGE STREET,
101/25 SW1
Nos. 22 and 23,
St Edward's House
(Including
St. Edward's Chapel,
Tufton Street.)
G.V. II
Westminster School house and chapel. 1906 by W.D. Caroe. Red brick with
stone dressings, slate roof. Free Style Tudor Gothic with an embattled
tower. 4 storeys with 5 storey "tower" of shallow projection to left.
Main block 5 windows wide plus coupled windows to tower; gable end return
virtually blind followed by recessed link bay with Chapel block which has
broad entrance bay and 3-window range to right. The combined entrance to
both chapel and school house is in Tufton Street. To Great College Street
the main block has a central 2 storey crenellated 2-window wide projection
with large 3 light mullioned-transomed windows, otherwise 2, 3 and 4-light
mullioned windows, those on 1st floor transomed and with 4-centred arched
heads. 3 storey canted bay "turret" to right with weather-coped parapet.
Weathered stone plinth and strings, weathered stone string below crowning
parapet. Tufton Street front has 3-centred arched portal with moulded
jambs and drip mould above which is set a triple group of lancets, the
central one as niche with statue. The 3-window range to right is 4 storeys
high with deep stone plinth and the upper floor window bays recessed
between plain "buttress"-piers stone capped and finishing short of the
sheer attic. Y-traceried, 3-centred arched chapel windows to 1st floor and
only one small window at 3rd floor level, the wall face finished off sheer.
The chapel interior although simply treated is a good example of Caroe's
original and sensitive late Gothic ecclesiastical work.


Listing NGR: TQ3000879304

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