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Claustral Buildings of the Former Priory, Hexham


"The Claustral Buildings of the former Augustinian Priory of St Andrew now incorporated in Hexham Court House and Hexham House Clinic (formerly listed as Remains of the Abbey) - C13 Vestibule to Chapterhouse to south of south transept: ruins now incorporated in the St Cuthbert Chapel [1955]. Nothing significant remains of the Chapterhouse itself. Lavatorium: circa 1280 on wall of undercroft to south-west of west end of nave. 7 crocketted pointed arches corbelled above now walled-in trough. Blind tracery. Undercroft: south-west of west end of nave. Segmental barrel vault with chamfered ribs. Prior's House: C15 and C16 to west of undercroft and facing Prior's Court...." (Historic England)

Hexham Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hexham Grade I Listed
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(Remains of) the Old Priory, Hexham Abbey (2)

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Claustral Buildings, Hexham Abbey, Hexham, England

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(Remains of) the Old Priory, Hexham Abbey

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THE CLAUSTRAL BUILDINGS OF THE FORMER AUGUSTINIAN PRIORY OF ST ANDREW NOW INCORPORATED IN HEXHAM COURT HOUSE AND HEXHAM HOUSE CLINIC, BEAUMONT STREET - List Entry
- "...C13 Vestibule to Chapterhouse to south of south transept: ruins now incorporated in the St Cuthbert Chapel [1955]. Nothing significant remains of the Chapterhouse itself. Lavatorium: circa 1280 on wall ...

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