CHURCH OF ST PETER

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II*
List Entry Number:
1188638
Date first listed:
31-Mar-1970
Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF ST PETER, SCHOOL LANE

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Location

Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF ST PETER, SCHOOL LANE

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

County:
North Yorkshire
District:
Hambleton (District Authority)
Parish:
Osmotherley
National Park:
NORTH YORK MOORS
National Grid Reference:
SE 45567 97186

Details

OSMOTHERLEY SCHOOL LANE SE 4497-4597 (north side) 6/56 Church of St Peter 31.3.70 GV II*

Church. C12 south door, C14 chancel, C15 south chapel and tower, C16 south porch and south aisle; chancel, south chapel, south aisle and nave virtually rebuilt during restoration in 1892 by C Hodgson Fowler. Ashlar, graduated stone slate and lead roofs. Plan: west tower, 3 bay nave with rebuilt south aisle and south porch, and chancel with south chapel. West tower: 3 stages. Plinth, diagonal offset buttresses. South side second stage has small ogee- arched 1-light window, moulded band. Belfry: 2-light flat headed mullion and transom openings with arched cusped lights. Eaves band, embattled parapet, pinnacles to each corner. To west side a large C16 3-light mullion and transom window with arched lights, very flat 4-centred arch to head. Below band a clock face. Nave: 3 bays, offset angle buttresses between bays. North windows are Perpendicular in style with pointed arches. South aisle: windows are of 3-lights, Perpendicular style with flat heads and hoodmoulds. Stone coping, gable cross. South porch: offset angle buttresses with pinnacles, pointed arch doorway, above a gable with cross. The south doorway was re-sited in C19. C12 doorway with 2 orders of columns with scalloped capitals. The arch has zigzag and beakhead motifs. Chancel: north side has 2-light and 3-light Perpendicular style windows with pointed arches. To south on left is gabled south chapel with 2-light 4-cented arched window with cusping and hoodmould. To right, set back slightly an extension with moulded pointed-arched priests doorway. Stone coping, gable cross. East window: 3 lights, with pointed arch, Perpendicular in style, hoodmould. Interior: south arcade of 4 bays with octagonal shafts and moulded pointed arches. Chancel arch similar with short clustered responds. Chancel arcade of 2 bays with plain moulded pointed arches. Early C12 font, cylindrical in shape, with rope motif frieze near the top. East window by Kempe c1893. Remains of an Anglo-Danish cross-shaft with interlace and part of a hogback tombstone.

Listing NGR: SE4556797186

Legacy

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

Legacy System number:
332474
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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