CHURCH OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II*
List Entry Number:
1305393
Date first listed:
04-Oct-1960
Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL

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Location

Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL

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

County:
Norfolk
District:
North Norfolk (District Authority)
Parish:
Sustead
National Grid Reference:
TG 18280 37018

Details

SUSTEAD TG 13 NE 5/46 Church of St.Peter 4:10:60 and St.Paul - II* Parish church. Medieval. Flint and ironbound conglomerate with brick and stone dressings. Tile, red pantile and smut pantile roofs. West tower, nave, south porch, chancel. Embattled C13 round tower with doorway to south having continuous chamfer. Some conglomerate to lower parts of tower. Slit light with triangular head to south. Y-traceried bell openings. Brick battlements. Nave of 4 bays with post-medieval brick buttresses. Conglomerate quoins to north west and south west corners. C14 Decorated window of 2 lights to left of south porch. 2 3-light square headed windows with panel tracery; some brick to mullions; hood moulds. C15 brick rood stair with knapped flint diapering; small 2-light moulded brick window, the lights with round heads. To north a doorway with continuous chamfer moulding. One square-headed window similar to those to south. Blocked archway perhaps to former chapel with small 2-light square headed window above. Unbuttressed chancel, part rendered to south, with 2 2-light Decorated windows. North chancel doorway with continuous hollow chamfer moulding; hood mould. C19 east wall with C19 3-light Decorated window. Buttressed south porch with Y-tracery lights to east and west, now blocked. Square knapped flint to south. Archway with polygonal shafts, undercut capitals; 4 orders to arch with one deep hollow; hood mould with ogee head returning to enclose 2 trefoils and topped by finial. Chamfered nave doorway; ogee hood mould with finial and decorated stops. Interior. Ogee-headed hood mould to north door with finial. Small light to base of tower. C17 nave roof of 3 bays with tie beams and 2 rows of butt purlins. Rere-arch to C14 south nave window with slim shafts, moulded arch and hood mould. South chancel rere- arches similar, one having foliated capitals and one polygonal capitals. Double piscina with cusped ogee arches; 4 clustered shafts to centre. Remains of sedilia. Chancel roof of 1898. Rood screen. C17 pulpit from North Barningham church. C15 octagonal font with cusped panels to base and shields to bowl.

Listing NGR: TG1828037018

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
223287
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: 30 Jul 2004
Reference: IOE01/12972/22
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Peter Warwick. Source Historic England Archive
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