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

Cornwall (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SX 10952 59735


LOSTWITHIEL GRENVILLE ROAD, Lostwithiel SX 15 NW 10/105 Chapel of St Saviour - II

Chapel of ease. Circa 1880. Snecked slatestone rubble, granite dressings, rock- faced granite plinth and quoins; slate roofs with crested ridge tiles; deep eaves, gabled to nave and lower roof over chancel with hips over apsidal east end. Nave and chancel, with south porch and north vestry. Gothic style. Nave of 3 bays, on plinth, with weathered buttresses; west gable end has tall paired lancets with quatrefoil above, cill string and moulded string course carried over head of windows, bell with pitched roof over to left. South side has 3-light windows. Deep eaves. Gabled south porch has granite banding in the masonry, pointed arched doorway to east, with double doors with strap hinges, paired cusped lancets to south with blind quatrefoil over and single cusped lancet to west; moulded string course carried over heads of both windows and door. Attached to north side of nave, lean-to vestry, with single light to west and door with shouldered head to east. Single bay chancel with canted apsidal east end, with triple lancet to south and single lancet to north, single lancet to each of 3 sides to east. Interior Pointed arched doorway with double doors with strap hinges from porch to nave. Nave and chancel have brick walls, plain dado panelling to nave. Nave has 4- bay arched-brace roof, with arched-braces rising from corbels, upper collars with king-posts. Tall 4-centred arch with hood mould to chancel. Chancel roof has moulded ribs and ridge purlin, brattished wall-plate. Fittings: altar rail on wrought iron piers.

Listing NGR: SX1095259735


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

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Date: 28 Aug 2000
Reference: IOE01/02960/24
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Roger Norman. Source Historic England Archive
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