|Monument type||Roman Catholic Church|
Firm: Building Design Partnership
|Local authority||South Lakeland|
Underley Hall is a Jacobean revival mansion, built in 1825-28 by George Webster. The chapel was built in the grounds when the Hall became a Roman Catholic seminary in 1960. The chapel was later converted into a sports hall for Underley School, which closed in 2012.
Job architects for BDP were William White and John Sheridan.
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