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CHAPEL FARM COTTAGES AND FRAGMENTS OF ST CUTHBERT'S CHAPEL (Ref:9841)

This building is in the Dumfries And Galloway Council and the Kirkpatrick-Juxta Parish. It is a category B building and was listed on 03/08/1971.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NT 074 055.

Description

Fragments of medieval (probably 13th century) chapel, part

incorporated in 18th/early 19th century cottages.

CHAPEL: Gothic; fragments comprise only part of E and of W

gable, former incorporated by cottages. Rubble-built with red

ashlar dressings; free-standing W gable, window with moulded

arch and originally with 3 pointed lights; taller E gable

with blocked doorway.

COTTAGES: single storey; 5 (originally 3) bays; chapel

fragment serves as W gable; all rubble-built and whitewashed

ith contrasting painted margins; sash windows with 4-pane

glazing; S elevation: original door now a window; timber

porch to right in addition; stonework and smaller window left

(beside chapel) suggests earlier fabric incorporated. End

stacks; slate roof. Modern rear (N) addition.

Notes

W gable window of chapel is surprisingly low in relation to the height of the E gable, and the doorway in the E gable is unusual. Scheduled Ancient Monument.

References

RCAHM INVENTORY 1920, No 383.

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