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List entry Summary

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

Name: CHURCH 50 METRES NORTH EAST OF CROXDALE HALL

List entry Number: 1120740

Location

CHURCH 50 METRES NORTH EAST OF CROXDALE HALL

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

County District District Type Parish
County DurhamUnitary AuthorityCroxdale and Hett

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: I

Date first listed: 10-May-1967

Date of most recent amendment: 07-Dec-1987

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 109938

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History

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Details

CROXDALE AND HETT CROXDALE HALL NZ 2737 17/57 Church, 50 metres 10/5/67 north-east of Croxdale Hall (formerly listed as Croxdale Hall Chapel in Sunderland Bridge C.P.) I Disused church. Late C11-early C12 nave; late C12-early C13 chancel, altered in C14 and C15; mainly early C19 windows. Squared sandstone rubble in narrow courses. Pantiled nave roof and felted chancel roof. Aisleless nave and chancel. Nave: Norman south doorway has probably original door and iron hinges in form of central cross with strap below and large C-hinge with strap above. Doorway has alternating jambs and long thin impost blocks with worn, possibly dogtooth, moulding. Badly-worn semicircular, monolithic tympanum, thought to contain relief carving of the Tree of Life, set in round arch of 2 square-cut orders. 2 large C19 south windows with 4-centred heads: window at west blocked but retaining rear arch; window at east with fixed 12-pane light. Restored lancet in west end with blocked pointed window above. Probably C16 blocked, round- arched north doorway with thin chamfered arris, blocked window above door; C19 window and tall probably C13 lancet to east. Steeply-pitched roof with stone-coped gables. Rebuilt gabled west bellcote with twin pointed bell openings and small pinnacles flanking gable. Lower, narrower 2-bay chancel has C19 window on south, pointed 3-light east window, with curvilinear tracery, under hoodmould and old brick lateral stack on north. Low-pitched roof hidden by low parapet with chamfered coping. Plain, plastered interior with all furnishings removed. Nave: Two circular stone fonts lying on side; small roughly-arched opening, possibly stoup, in north wall; box-pews reused as dado; renewed roof trusses. Late C12 semicircular chancel arch of 2 chamfered orders, under hoodmould to nave, has inner order on keeled responds with moulded bases and capitals. Chancel: square chamfered opening, possibly aumbry, in south wall; probably C15 oak roof with 3 heavy adzed and cambered tie beams, ridge piece and purlins. Derelict at time of survey. Scheduled Ancient Monument.

Listing NGR: NZ2740137913

Selected Sources

Other
Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England, Part 7 Cleveland Part 13 Durham Part 41 Tyne and Wear,

National Grid Reference: NZ 27404 37912

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