A 15thC chapel built by the Carthusian monks of Sheen, Surrey. Previously, William the Conqueror had given the manor to the monks of Noyon in Normandy. Henry V confiscated the property of foreign monasteries and the lands and rights of Noyon were transferred to the Prior of Sheen. Soon after coming into possession, the Prior built the chapel and adjoining Priest's House. At the dissolution the building was used for secular purposes. It fell into ruin. Grade I Listed. Mr Eyston was responsible for the chapel's restoration in 1974.