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Latitude: 51.1266 / 51°7'35"N
Longitude: -3.0977 / 3°5'51"W
OS Eastings: 323276
OS Northings: 136941
OS Grid: ST232369
Mapcode National: GBR M1.991Q
Mapcode Global: VH7DG.8Y67
Entry Name: No 1 and Attached Former Chapel to Right
Listing Date: 9 January 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1178130
English Heritage Legacy ID: 269397
Location: Spaxton, Sedgemoor, Somerset, TA5
Civil Parish: Spaxton
Traditional County: Somerset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset
ST23NW SPAXTON CP BARFORD CLOSE (North side)
2/135 No. 1; and attached former chapel
House and attached former chapel to right, now workshop. 1846 by William Cobbe, forming part of the Agapemone for
Reverend H. J. Prince; community disbanded 1958. Random rubble, slate roofs, some coped verges, 2 tall brick stacks and
an ashlar stack. L-shaped frontage. House to left in Tudoresque style; 2 storeys, 3 bays, to each side a crenellated
canted 2 storey ashlar bay window of 1:3:1 lights on each floor. Between the bays a freestone panel with shield.
Central door opening in a chamfered dressed stone surround with a stopped label, French windows, transomlight. Chapel
at right angles to right of house; buttressed; lancets with casements, leaded lights; door opening to roadside in
single storey porch with diagonal buttresses, terminating as pinnacles, gable with finial, moulded 4-centred arch door
opening, paired studded doors, fanlight with stained glass. Further door opening in the angle between the house and
chapel, embattled single storey porch with buttresses, 4- centred arch door opening in a moulded surround, paired
half-glazed doors, transomlight. Stone lion in relief set over. The Agapemone was infamous in the late C19 because of
the activities and claims of Rev. H. J. Prince, a self-styled messiah. (Mander C., The Reverend Prince and his Abode of
Listing NGR: ST2327636941
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