Listed Building

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ST LEONARD'S CHAPELLB40666

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
28/04/1959
Supplementary Information Updated
30/01/2017
Local Authority
Fife
Planning Authority
Fife
Burgh
St Andrews
NGR
NO 51272 16602
Coordinates
351272, 716602

Description

Parish church c 1200, refounded as part of college in 1512. Rectangular rubble-built chapel 79-3/4' x 20-1/2' internally, very early 16th century in present form with square headed openings; formerly had tall W tower and spire, dem. 1760's, W wall moved E. 1853, re-roofed 1910, restored Ian G Lindsay 1952. Monuments:- Peter Bruce + 1630, Robert Stewart + 1586, Robert Wilkie + 1611.

Statement of Special Interest

Ecclesiastical building in use as such.

Formerly a Scheduled Monument, scheduled on 28/02/1999 and de-scheduled on 28/11/2013.

References

Bibliography

R G Cant, St Leonard's Chapel, Inv.462 (il & plan) Ecc Arch V.III p.448. Walker, Pre-Ref Chs. OSA v.XIII p.192 et seq. NSA v.IX p.487.

Kirk, St Andrews. Old St Andrews p18.

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