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© Mr Graham Beaumont

IoE Number: 242857
Photographer: Mr Graham Beaumont
Date Photographed: 25 June 2002
Date listed: 08 November 1990
Date of last amendment: 08 November 1990
Grade II

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The following buildings shall be added:-SK 75 NEKELHAMoff AVERHAM ROAD(East Side)

The following buildings shall be added:- SK 75 NE KELHAM off AVERHAM ROAD (East Side) 7/152 Former Monastic Buildings adjoining Kelham Hall GV II Former monastic buildings and chapel, now offices and function room. Designed 1927-9 by Charles Clayton Thompson. Brick and concrete. Three ranges of buildings around a courtyard with the chapel to the north. 2 storey, 7 bay, south range, has plain tile roof with 2 stacks. South front has 4, 3 light cross casements, then 2 similar 2 light casements and a round arched entrance, glazed with double glazed doors. About 4 similar 3 light casements in through eaves, half-hipped dormers, and then a pair of gabled dormers each with a similar 2 light casement. The final bay has a tiny 2 light casement. The courtyard front has 2 light cross casements on the ground floor, and 2 light casements above. The main, west range, 3 storey plus attics, has a plain tile half-hipped roof and 3 ridge stacks. West front, 10 bays with 2 projecting blocks with hipped roofs. The round headed entrance archway, has a single and a 2 light cross casement to the left, and to the right a 2 light, a single and then a further 2 light window, with beyond 2, 3 light windows, then 3 altered windows, and finally a single 3 light window, all cross casements. Above similar fenestration, with a 3 light cross casement over the entrance. Above again similar fenestration through with 4 through eaves, half-hipped dormers. This range has similar fenestration on the courtyard front. Chapel. South entrance front, has to the west a 2 storey link with 2 round arches and above 3 round headed windows. Symmetrical front has a central section topped by a round arched parapet, with tall brick side buttresses and single bay wings. Central entrance reached up 4 steps, has round headed doorway with 5 round arches, and double panel doors. Abow 7 tall, round headed lancets, each with a round headed panel, those in the centre taller. The side wings have single round headed panels, with a casement and above a round headed window in each. The incomplete west front is partly weatherboarded. The north front has a canted apse with 2 small lancets. Interior, has central square space roofed with high brick lined dome supported on 4 side arches, with stepped corner arches. The north side has a brick rood arch, and the other sides have pairs of round arches supporting galleries, over the aisles. The interior retains some of its original choir stalls, and gallery'and staircase balustrades.

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