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Parish church. C12, partly rebuilt and altered in C13, restored in 1879 and vestry added in 1948. Sandstone rubble with ashlar dressings, plain tiled roofs with decorative ridge tiles. Two-bay nave...
Substantial stone house.
What remains of the Outer Gatehouse is now in ruins, in two halves acting as an entrance to The Grange Farm. Both have remains of C14 doorway.
Very little of the original monastic building survives other that the gable wall of the south transept, which has been incorporated into the garden as an arch (further details below).
A simple church with a Norman foundation, with a few later additions. The bellcote is 17th century. The walls are of local stone rubble and the roofs are tiled. The Chancel and Nave, without struct...
Semi-detached pair of houses
Small house subsequently split into two dewllings
Large detached house with later extensions