Lancet style

Lancet style

The style of Early English architecture distinguished by its use of the lancet arch; sometimes called First Pointed Gothic.
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CHRIST CHURCH, BALA - PS90,200 Erected in 1855, the church is listed as a large and unaltered mid-Victorian town church in competent lancet style.
As well as two lancet style windows to the front and two larger windows with lancet style frames complete with internal shutters to the side, the room also has corn ice to the ceiling and two ceiling roses.
This lets out onto an open plan kitchen and dining room which has solid wood flooring, attractive lancet style stone and oak framed windows, and heavy oak beams.