Eastacombe Chapel, Tawstock, Devon: Heritage Statement (OASIS ID: acarchae2-348718)

Andrew Passmore, 2019

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Introduction

Eastacombe Chapel, Tawstock, Devon: Heritage Statement (OASIS ID: acarchae2-348718) A heritage statement was prepared to support a Listed Building Consent application for the conversion of the Grade II Listed former Eastacombe Chapel into a single residential dwelling. It was built in 1818 as a Baptist chapel, and has remained relatively unchanged. The principal later 20th-century alterations comprise the enlargement of the first-floor gallery and replacement of the associated stairs, along with the subdivision of a north extension into a kitchen and toilets.