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Churchyard Retaining Wall and Gates Approximately 20 Metres South of Church of St Swithun Including Raised Pavement to South East

A Grade II Listed Building in Sandford, Devon

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.8102 / 50°48'36"N

Longitude: -3.664 / 3°39'50"W

OS Eastings: 282860

OS Northings: 102501

OS Grid: SS828025

Mapcode National: GBR L8.Y9M3

Mapcode Global: FRA 366Y.QD5

Entry Name: Churchyard Retaining Wall and Gates Approximately 20 Metres South of Church of St Swithun Including Raised Pavement to South East

Listing Date: 20 May 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1243093

English Heritage Legacy ID: 445837

Location: Sandford, Mid Devon, Devon, EX17

County: Devon

District: Mid Devon

Civil Parish: Sandford

Built-Up Area: Sandford

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

Church of England Parish: Sandford St Swithin

Church of England Diocese: Exeter

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Listing Text

SS 80 SW SANDFORD CHURCH STREET
(north side) Sandford

3/222 Churchyard retaining wall and
gates approx. 20m south of Church
of St Swithun including raised
pavement to south-east

GV II


Churchyard boundary and retaining wall including gates. Early mid-C19. Snecked
volcanic stone with rusticated volcanic ashlar coping; wrought-iron gates.
Retaining wall forming south-east boundary wall of churchyard extending from
Sextons Cottage (q.v.) in south-west corner, north eastwards including main gate
(to south porch) and parson's gate (between Parsonage q.v. and priest's door) with
rounded corner at end and secondary churchyard gate in return. The weathered
coping includes a series of holes in top made for now removed iron railing. Main
gate has flanking piers with simple geometric patterns and remains of bifurcated
broken scroll heads, a segmental arched overthrough with scrolls and lantern frame
and double gates in which the outer stiles have acorn finials, the railings have
spiked finials with collars, low lock bar with alternate low railings with flat
spear finials. The secondary churchyard door is identical. The parson's gate is
narrower and plainer with round headed arch and deeply-twisted scroll ornamentation
at apex. To south-east a raised pitched stone pavement with volcanic stone
revetment along Church Street.


Listing NGR: SS8288402507

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

Description

SS 80 SW SANDFORD CHURCH STREET
(north side) Sandford

3/222 Churchyard retaining wall and
gates approx. 20m south of Church
of St Swithun including raised
pavement to south-east

GV II


Churchyard boundary and retaining wall including gates. Early mid-C19. Snecked
volcanic stone with rusticated volcanic ashlar coping; wrought-iron gates.
Retaining wall forming south-east boundary wall of churchyard extending from
Sextons Cottage (q.v.) in south-west corner, north eastwards including main gate
(to south porch) and parson's gate (between Parsonage q.v. and priest's door) with
rounded corner at end and secondary churchyard gate in return. The weathered
coping includes a series of holes in top made for now removed iron railing. Main
gate has flanking piers with simple geometric patterns and remains of bifurcated
broken scroll heads, a segmental arched overthrough with scrolls and lantern frame
and double gates in which the outer stiles have acorn finials, the railings have
spiked finials with collars, low lock bar with alternate low railings with flat
spear finials. The secondary churchyard door is identical. The parson's gate is
narrower and plainer with round headed arch and deeply-twisted scroll ornamentation
at apex. To south-east a raised pitched stone pavement with volcanic stone
revetment along Church Street.


Listing NGR: SS8288402507

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