NORMAN COTTAGE CHAPEL

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1153040

Date first listed: 26-Aug-1983

Statutory Address: NORMAN COTTAGE CHAPEL

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Location

Statutory Address: NORMAN COTTAGE CHAPEL

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

County: Gloucestershire

District: Cotswold (District Authority)

Parish: Blockley

National Grid Reference: SP2012635707

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History

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Details

SP 23 NW 2/47 BLOCKLEY ASTON MAGNA

Norman Cottage Chapel GV II*

C12 village church altered in mediaeval period and later converted into 2 cottages; now one.

Externally: in 2 parts, rubble with tiled roofs, coped verges to East and over former chancel arch.

Left hand part: single storey and attic, gabled dormer with 2-light mullion window with drip; 3-light similar window on ground floor; gabled return to West is later infilling.

Right hand part: 2 storeys, coursed rubble; 2 windows, C19 with segmental heads; lean-to over porch.

Interior altered as cottages, chancel (right hand part) has large inserted fireplace with wooden lintel and with an upper lintel supported by former eaves corbels(!).

The original plan and shape is easily appreciated: 2 bay chancel with a (shortened) 2 bay nave; pointed chancel arch on slightly earlier looking C12 imposts and one scallop cap for a nook shaft (removed) in former position of stairs. 'Nave' has 2 cruck trusses with later purlins and wind-braces. 'Chancel' has a (?) C15 arch-braced truss.

Several other features survive including a small round headed C12 window with monolithic head.

Listing NGR: SP2012635707

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number: 126757

Legacy System: LBS

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