CHAPEL HOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1038039

Date first listed: 03-Jan-1967

Statutory Address: CHAPEL HOUSE, BELMONT ROAD

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: CHAPEL HOUSE, BELMONT ROAD

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

County: Staffordshire

District: Staffordshire Moorlands (District Authority)

Parish: Ipstones

National Grid Reference: SK 00536 49862

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History

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Details

IPSTONES C.P. BELMONT ROAD SK 04 NW (south side) 10/199 Chapel House 3.1.67

- II

House, intended as a church but never completed as such. Circa 1790 by John Sneyd of Belmont Hall (q.v.). Coursed dressed and squared stone; tiled roofs; side stack to east. West tower, nave and chancel under continuous ridge. West tower: unfinished 3-stage buttresses to 2 stages of tower capped by pyramidal roof and 2 Y-tracery windows to north side. Nave and chancel: fenestrated to west half with 3 windows, block mullioned casements of full height with transom to left and in 2 tiers of 2 and one lights to right; east window pointed and labelled of 4 lights with geometric tracery. Entrance to south. The 'church' was built on the instigation of John Sneyd who had argued with the incumbent of St Leonards (q.v.) and set out to construct his own church; the altercation was settled before the building was complete and presumably converted to a dwelling at that time.

Listing NGR: SK0053649862

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 274691

Legacy System: LBS

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