This elegant building was built at his own expense (£4,000) by Henry Blackman (a local builder) in 1912 in the Early English/Perpendicular styles. It uses local stone with Bath stone dressings. The porch under the tower has ornate fan vaulting.
I have since found details of this church conversion on a property site on the web, stating the building dates from 1902 and that it has been converted into two dwellings (including two rooms in the tower, ideal for conversion to "another separate dwelling").
There is a picture in my Postcard Album of this building when it was still in use for worship.
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