Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1022733

Date first listed: 24-Jul-1985

Statutory Address: BYWAY, CHAPEL LANE


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Statutory Address: BYWAY, CHAPEL LANE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Wiltshire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Box

National Grid Reference: ST 82551 68451


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3/38 Byway


House, C16 and early C17, rubble stone, part ashlar fronted with cement tile roofs. Two storeys, L-plan. Moulded coped west, north and south gables, south rear wall stack. North front, apparently C16 has very small unmoulded 2-light opening, small single light and door in altered surround. West end wall has attic single light with dripstone, first floor 2-light recessed ovolo-moulded window and hoodmould and ground floor C20 window. Range at right angles to north front is ashlar-faced with hollow-moulded recessed mullion windows, 3-light and 2-light above, one 3-light below and door in chamfered surround. First floor dripcourse. Ridge stack. Rear wall of this range has one original 2-light window, 2 C19 casements and casement in frame made up of reused pieces. South end gable has hollow-moulded 2-light attic window, similar 3-light first floor window both with hoodmoulds, and altered ground floor window. Remains of a dripcourse at south-east angle. To left, door in heavily chamfered frame with hood on brackets and window to left with remains of hoodmould. Upper single light and 2-light hollow moulded window. C20 casements throughout. Interior has heavy tie beams and collar trusses to south range and heavy purlins in east range. East range has baffle entry plan with chamfered and stopped spine beams to north-east and south-east rooms. North-east room has flush Tudor-arched stone fireplace with moulded stone shelf. South-east first floor room has flush chamfered shouldered stone fireplace with moulded shelf. Marked on F. Allen map of 1630.

Listing NGR: ST8255168451


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Legacy System number: 316898

Legacy System: LBS

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