CHURCH OF ST MATTHIAS

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: I

List Entry Number: 1306674

Date first listed: 05-Sep-1960

Statutory Address: CHURCH OF ST MATTHIAS, CHURCH ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address: CHURCH OF ST MATTHIAS, CHURCH ROAD

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

County: Norfolk

District: South Norfolk (District Authority)

Parish: Haddiscoe

National Park: THE BROADS

National Grid Reference: TM 43597 98097

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Details

HADDISCOE CHURCH ROAD, HADDISCOE TM 49 NW THORPE

7/15 Church of St. Matthias 5.9.60 - I

Parish church. C11 with later additions and fenestration, chancel rebuilt 1838. Flint with limestone dressings; red brick chancel. Thatched nave; slate roofs over chancel and south porch. West tower, nave, chancel, south porch. West tower late C11 with later upper stages. Lower stage has small round-headed lancets with head-corbels above, on north, south and west sides. Restored west window with semi-circular head. At the junction with the nave wall on the north and south sides, a flint pilaster shaft with tapered stone capping and corbel head. Tall, shallow blank arcading to upper stage. C12 bell stage with two-light bell openings: semi-circular roll-moulded arches, shafts with cushion capitals, the central shaft ringed. The openings now reduced by raising the cill in red brickwork. C15 embattled parapet in flint chequerwork. C14 south porch with diagonal gable buttresses; blocked 2- light east and west windows with quatrefoil heads. Doorway with engaged polygonal shafts and capitals, the outer arch with double wave moulding. The south nave wall has two 2-light Perp. windows, the eastern window renewed or much restored. Red brick chancel of 1838 with large staged buttresses and later Gothic Revival windows, the south-east window opening blank. Window openings have rubbed brick arches with keystones. East gable with diagonal buttresses, the gable apex and parapet rendered over. 3-light east window with cusped 'Y' tracery. North wall of chancel blind. North wall of nave has a C13 lancet and a 2-light window with 'Y' tracery. Simple semi-circular headed north doorway blocked in flintwork. Plain south doorway with roll- moulded arch. Interior: nave and chancel roofs renewed, probably C19, with boarded ceilings. Remains of rood stair in north-east corner of nave. South- east nave window set in wide triple-chamfered arch, now partly cut by chancel arch abutment. In the nave west wall, a C13 double arched recess with a shelf in one side. Small blocked circular window with splayed reveal at high level in nave west wall. Monument on north wall of chancel to Thomas London (d.1661), a tablet with architrave and scroll pediment on consoles. Font of Purbeck marble; square bowl with four shallow blind arches on each face, on round stem and four corner shafts, C12.

Listing NGR: TM4359798097

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Legacy System number: 227017

Legacy System: LBS

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