CENTRAL BLOCK OF CONVENT OF NOTRE DAME INCLUDING CHAPEL

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1070611

Date first listed: 13-Nov-1980

Statutory Address: CENTRAL BLOCK OF CONVENT OF NOTRE DAME INCLUDING CHAPEL, 92, MOUNT PLEASANT

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Location

Statutory Address: CENTRAL BLOCK OF CONVENT OF NOTRE DAME INCLUDING CHAPEL, 92, MOUNT PLEASANT

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

District: Liverpool (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SJ 35518 90071

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Details

SJ 3590 SE MOUNT PLEASANT (south side) L3

55/790 No. 92 (Central block of Convent of Notre Dame including 13.11.80 Chapel)

G.V. II

Convent building and chapel. 1857. Architect Charles Hansom. Chapel added 1865-7 to the designs of M.E. Hadfield and his son Charles. Brown brick, hipped slate roof. Three storeys. Enriched eaves cornice. Five bays, entrance bay gabled with two-storey windows with plate tracery, and three lancets in gable end; arched door with richly ornamental blind fanlight. Remaining bays have round-headed sashes with marginal glazing bars and pointed relieving arches forming a blind arcade on ground floor, segment-headed sashes with relieving arches on first floor, and sashes with shouldered lintels on second floor. Chapel on garden side was (understandably) praised by Eastlake. Brown brick, with blue brick strings and some ashlar dressings. Slate roof. Two storeys. Chapel on first. Four bays (of which only three project from rear of house) and five-bay rounded apse. Very tall smooth and gaunt. Mulit-stepped buttresses. Two-light plate tracery "Early French" windows, quatrefoils, ground floor ones with ringed, colonnettes, first floor ones with lobed in tympanum. Apse windows are lancets with polychrome voussoirs and flanking marble colonnettes, paired cusped lancets on ground floor. Sculpted relief in central apse bay. Sculpted angel (wooden?) on finial at south end of ridge. Tall hexagonal slated fleche with weathervane and open lantern stage with cusped openings. Two-storey projection in fourth bay of chapel on west side of 2 bays; gable roof and similar windows as elsewhere. 1st bay sacristy projection with side chapel on 1st floor. 2nd bay later, with hipped roof, two-light stone mullioned windows; doorway with blind arched fanlight, decorated with diapering in return. Interior has quadripartite vaults taken on colonnettes springing from foliated corbels. Vault to apse painted; colonnettes on angle corbels, colonnettes of wall arches ashlar, colonnettes of transverse arches black marble. timber fronted gallery with C20 screen under. Entrance door in deeply moulded arch with two orders of black marble colonnettes, oak door with ornamental iron hinges. The chapel was damaged 1941 and restored 1949 (glass by Messrs. Early of Dublin).

Listing NGR: SJ3551890071

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