The property comprises a closed Grade ll* Listed church building dating from the 12th Century with 19th and 20th Century additions and alterations, described by architectural historian N. Pevsner as â€™the most memorable Norman village church in Cumberlandâ€™. The building is formed of typical church architecture, comprising an original Norman chapel with various additions including a vestry and rebuilt nave, alterations to the windows and the insertion of an alternate ceiling along with an additional narthex and porch.
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