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Baptist Chapel

A Grade II Listed Building in Countesthorpe, Leicestershire

Baptist Chapel, Church Street, Countesthorpe

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Chapel. 1863. Brick with Welsh slate roof. Pedimented gable to street, of two storeys and three bays articulated by full height blank arcading with slim pilasters. Panelled doors in outer bays with coarsely moulded architraves. Central window and upper windows which have rounded heads and margin lights with a tiny central opening light, all openings have flat arched heads with keystones. Four tall windows similar to those of the front elevation in the side walls. In the pedimented gable is the date stone. (Photo Sept 2007).

Uploaded by Andrew H Jackson on 8 May 2013

Photo ID: 79072
Building ID: 101361042

 
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