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exterior door with built in blinds
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  • (Exterior Doors) Doors found on the outside of the house, designed to weather outdoor elements.
  • a doorway that allows entrance to or exit from a building
    built in
  • (Built-ins) Specific items of personal property which are installed in a real estate improvement such that they become part of the building. Built-in microwave ovens and dishwashers are common examples.
  • Forming an integral part of a structure or device
  • (of a characteristic) Inherent; innate
  • existing as an essential constituent or characteristic; "the Ptolemaic system with its built-in concept of periodicity"; "a constitutional inability to tell the truth"
  • constructed as a non-detachable part of a larger structure; being an essential and permanent part of something; of an included feature that normally comes as an extra

St Clement's (a Grade I Listed Building), Church Street, Sandwich, Kent
St Clement's (a Grade I Listed Building), Church Street, Sandwich, Kent
Until just after World War II, there were three churches open for worship &c. in Sandwich; namely, St Peter’s, St Mary’s and St Clement’s. In 1948, the three churches were united when St Clement’s became Sandwich's, Parish Church. I took some pictures of the church from outside but it was a dreary day and the church looked dreary too. So ~ no exterior pictures here. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 'Substantial parish church. Built in latter half of C12. Chancel C13, altered at various stages; N chapel may also be C13; aisles added C14; nave rebuilt and N porch added C15. Restored and altered 1865-70 by Joseph Clarke. Materials: Caen stone tower; mixed wall construction comprising knapped and unknapped flint, ragstone, ironstone, Caen stone, pebbles, brick and tile; stone dressings. Kent peg tile roofs. Plan: All that remains of the cruciform Norman plan is the central crossing tower with NW stair turret, carried on four arches. Plan is rectangular, comprising three bay nave; N and S aisles; chancel with shallow projection. N chapel (dedicated to St Margaret). Clergy vestry infilling NE angle between sanctuary and chapel. S aisle effectively divided into two by the organ; E end is now a choir vestry. two-storey N porch with stair in SW angle. Exterior: Square Norman tower with three tiers of blind arcading; crenellated parapet added by Clarke. Norman windows to stair turret. Shallow-pitched roof to nave, other roofs steep pitched. Offset buttresses; angle buttresses to W and E ends. Early C19 engravings indicate that much of the fenestration was subsequently altered or replaced by Clarke; virtually all window tracery is Victorian. The W window to the N aisle, and E window to S aisle, which had been partly infilled with smaller windows, were reinstated to their original size; the Early-English style triple-lancets to the chancel however are entirely conjectural and replaced a C15 window. Perpendicular side windows to chancel. Nave clerestorey windows with segmental arches. Gabled porch, upper parts repaired in C16 or C17 brick. Oak-panelled studded door with date 1655 and initials 'RRWH / WW' in stud lettering. Interior: Nave arcades of three bays with complex mouldings comprising a continuous moulding to the outer arches and piers, and inset arches carried on shafts. Shallow-pitched oak coffered roof, recently repainted and gilded, has carved bosses to junctions and paired angels with outstretched wings to ridge beam, an unusual feature in Kent more commonly associated with East Anglian churches. Pulpit and pews are C19. Tower is carried on four tall arches; scar of pitched roofline of lower earlier nave visible on W face. Arches have roll mouldings continued from respond shafts. Round outer shafts recessed; paired half-round shafts to inner arch. Carved Romanesque capitals with scallops, foliage, grotesque faces etc. Blind-arcaded frieze with decorated capitals on inner face of tower above arches. Doorway to stair turret on NW angle of tower has late Saxon or early Norman tympanum with intricate low-relief carving of intersecting arcades with a stag; extrados with carved staggered voussoirs. Oak door with cinquefoil traceried head. Tie-beam and crown-post roofs to aisles, chancel, St Margaret's chapel and choir vestry; those to aisles and chancel with plaster slopes and exposed ashlar pieces; those to chapel and vestry with exposed rafters, mainly medieval in the case of the former. C19 canted rafter roof to sanctuary. C19 screen to St Margaret's chapel. Chancel has C15 oak choir stalls; ogee bench ends with poppyheads, cinquefoil-traceried panels to front, one misericord seat with carved shield. Stalls are raised on moulded stone plinth inset with hollow acoustic jars; these features are rare survivals. Acoustic jars also visible on E wall of sanctuary. Piscina to S wall of sanctuary; blocked aumbry to W of it is truncated by the large arch to the choir vestry. N sanctuary wall has blocked lancet window, a large C15 squint with four-centred arch, drip-mould and carved spandrels, and an aumbry next to an arched doorway through to the NE vestry. Altar to St Margaret's Chapel incorporates two medieval altar stones which had been used as tombstones, and has a gradus, or altar step. Piscina also at E end of choir vestry with C14 cusped ogee head. S aisle wall has a piscina, stoup, and doorway with a dripmould and carved spandrels. Walls are plastered and painted. Some medieval encaustic floor tiles survive as well as a variety of old flooring materials, and C19 encaustic tiles. The church has many fittings and monuments of note. Fine octagonal limestone font in N aisle, the faces bearing carved roses and heraldic emblems including the arms of ancient Sandwich and those of Archdeacon Robert Hallum, by whom it is believed the font was given c1406. Panelled stem with empty stat
Please Knock to Enter!
Please Knock to Enter!
Exterior door, still padlocked and chained despite the wind having knocked down the door panels, of of old abandoned tenant cabin, in natural light. Located in thick woods just north of the intersection of Sylvan School Road and Old Greensboro Highway, Alamance county, North Carolina

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