Listed Building: 28 29 CHURCH LANE (1158371)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1038, 5, 37
Date assigned Monday, January 20, 1986
Date last amended


'PARISH OF MAPPERLEY CHURCH LANE SK 44 SW 5/37 (East Side) Nos 28 and 29 II Chapel, now two houses. C16, altered in C19 and converted into houses c1920. Rubble sandstone, red brick and applied timber framing, with sandstone dressings and two C19 ashlar diagonal buttresses to east end, also with plinth. Part concrete tile roof with brick stack through southern pitch of roof and part red clay tile roof with brick gable stack to west. Two storeys, each cottage single bay. No 29 to east has a glazed lean-to with inserted door and window below on southern side. The top of the lean-to cuts through the only original window which is 2-light and has ovolo moulded, semi-circular headed lights, originally with carved heads to tops, and with hoodmould over. Above is a section of later brickwork with two C20 casements. To centre of the east gable wall is a C19 3-light ovolo moulded mullion window with ogee headed lights and pierced spandrels under a hoodmould. Above there is C20 applied timber framing and to the north wall is a similar 2-light C20 window. No 28 to the west, has a substantial quoined doorcase with an inserted C20 window to south facade with C20 window and door to east under an archway which joins a C19 addition to the house at first floor level. Above, C20 casements in area of C20 brickwork. North wall has similar 2-light window to that of No 29. Interior has a large cambered tie in No 29. Listing NGR: SK4346542972

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  • Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England.



Grid reference SK 43465 42972 (point)
Map sheet SK44SW

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Apr 14 2023 12:37PM

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