WALL TO GRAVEYARD AT CHURCH OF ST. MARY AND ENCLOSING FORMER PRIORY

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1303007
Date first listed:
11-Apr-1972
Date of most recent amendment:
22-Sep-1987
Statutory Address:
WALL TO GRAVEYARD AT CHURCH OF ST. MARY AND ENCLOSING FORMER PRIORY, HIGH STREET
Statutory Address:
WALL TO GRAVEYARD AT CHURCH OF ST. MARY AND ENCLOSING FORMER PRIORY, MILL LANE

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Location

Statutory Address:
WALL TO GRAVEYARD AT CHURCH OF ST. MARY AND ENCLOSING FORMER PRIORY, HIGH STREET
Statutory Address:
WALL TO GRAVEYARD AT CHURCH OF ST. MARY AND ENCLOSING FORMER PRIORY, MILL LANE

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

District:
Windsor and Maidenhead (Unitary Authority)
Parish:
Hurley
National Grid Reference:
SU 82837 84080

Details

SU 8284 -8384 HURLEY HIGH STREET SU 8283-8383 (east side and north side, off)

17/13 18/13. Wall to Graveyard at Church of St. Mary and enclosing former Priory (formerly listed as Wall 11.4.72 to Graveyard at Church of St. Mary)

G.V. II

Boundary wall to former priory. C17, C18 and C19. Brick, large ramped weathered coping. Section on west side of churchyard is C17, about 135 metres long with a small set-back in mid-length. Section on south side fronting north side of Mill Lane, about 150 metres long. Part C17, with some C18 and C19 restorations, and mid C20 openings with curved abutments to Lovelace Close. At the west end there are 3 blocked arched openings, formerly the access to the Church of St. Mary, with a large C18 pier on each side with moulded stone caps and a ball on finial remaining on the left one. About 50 metres to the east of these are 3 gate piers, the one on the left is C19 and the other 2 are C18. All have inset arched panels with stone imposts and keystone on front face with moulded stone caps surmounted with ball finials. The opening between the right hand 2 piers has a pair of wrought-iron gates and the smaller opening on the left one similar gate, all C19. Section on east side: fronting west side of Mill Lane, about 280 metres long, part C17, parts rebuilt C19, with openings formed in C20 for access to new properties. On north end the wall turns north west and links with the bridge (listed separately 17/9) in the grounds of The Refectory. Section on north side: about 200 metres long. C17, with C18 work. 2 large C18 gate piers, east of centre, with recessed panels, moulded caps and ball finials, similar to those piers in the section of the wall on the south side. Replacement iron gates of c1930.

Listing NGR: SU8283784080

Legacy

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

Legacy System number:
40919
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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Date: 06 Oct 1999
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