CANTILUPE CHANTRY SOUTH

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: I

List Entry Number: 1388662

Date first listed: 08-Oct-1953

Statutory Address: CANTILUPE CHANTRY SOUTH, 16, MINSTER YARD

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Location

Statutory Address: CANTILUPE CHANTRY SOUTH, 16, MINSTER YARD

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

County: Lincolnshire

District: Lincoln (District Authority)

National Grid Reference: SK 97843 71738

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Details

LINCOLN

SK9771NE MINSTER YARD 1941-1/9/247 (South side) 08/10/53 No.16 Cantilupe Chantry South

GV I

Former house of the priests serving the chantry established by Nicholas, third Lord Cantilupe, now a house. 1355, extended 1366. Restored and remodelled c1843-1845. Ashlar, with hipped and gabled slate and pantile roofs with gable, ridge and side wall stacks. Coped north gable with finial, crenellated parapet to south. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys plus attics, 3 bays. East front has to right a traceried panelled door, C19, in a C14 surround with hoodmould and mask stops, resited from the north gable. To its left, two 2-light flat headed windows with ogee headed lights. Above, 3 similar windows. Above again, two raking dormers, C19, with 2-light pointed arched windows. North gable has a hipped stone oriel window on C14 figured corbels, with C19 tracery. On either side, shields with the arms of Cantilupe and Zouch. Above, a moulded niche with a seated figure. South side has a brick plinth and a corbelled-out truncated stack. To left, 3 glazing bar sashes on each floor. To right, 2 blocked lancets, and above, a 2-light window with flat head and ogee headed lights. INTERIOR remodelled with Gothick style joinery c1845, and later C19. Main rooms on each floor have flat headed doorcases with cusped pointed arched panels and quatrefoil paterae, and doors with 2 cusped pointed arched panels. Ground floor rooms have moulded plaster cornices and plain friezes. Study has stone fireplace, and adjoining dining room has Classical style wooden fireplace, both C19. First floor drawing room has a frieze of trefoils and pendants, a flat headed recess flanked by round columns with foliage capitals, and a C19 Classical style wooden fireplace. Adjoining bedroom has a similar frieze. Rear stairwell has an arch braced matchboarded roof with skylights, and a dogleg stair with square newels and turned balusters, c1870. Cellar under south range has C14 spine beam carried on posts, and C19 wine bins at the east end. (Buildings of England : Lincolnshire: Pevsner N: Lincolnshire: London: 1989-: 489; Jones S: The Survey of Ancient Houses in Lincoln: Lincoln: 1987-: 65-73; Report and overall assessment of listable quality: Hewlings R: Secular properties..... in



Lincoln Minster Close: London: 1987-).



Listing NGR: SK9784371738

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Legacy System number: 486123

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Sources

Books and journals
Hewlings, R, Secular properties in Lincoln Minster Close, (1987)
Jones, , Major, , Varley, , The Survey of Ancient Houses in Lincoln (2nd fascicule), (1987), 65-73
Pevsner, N, Harris, J, Antram, N, The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire, (1989), 489

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