PRESBYTERY TO ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST MARY

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1204410

Date first listed: 21-Feb-1984

Statutory Address: PRESBYTERY TO ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST MARY, WIGAN ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address: PRESBYTERY TO ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST MARY, WIGAN ROAD

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Lancashire

District: Chorley (District Authority)

Parish: Euxton

National Grid Reference: SD 55364 19110

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History

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Details

SD 51 NE EUXTON WIGAN ROAD

Presbytery to Roman Catholic 5/128 Church of St. Mary - GV II

Presbytery, 1864-5, with clock tower 1877, by Pugin and Pugin. Rock faced red sandstone (rear and west walls of brick), steeply pitched slate roof with various chimneys. Double pile plan of 2) storeys and basement; front of 2 gabled bays and a 3-stage buttressed clocktower which incorporates doorway with shouldered head at east side. Left gable has 2-storey canted bay, right gable has one tall window each floor (glazing altered). Clock tower has diagonal buttresses, narrow cusped window at ground floor and one on each side above, tall cusped and louvred belfry openings at 2nd floor, a bracketed eaves cornice, a slated spire with swept eaves, and a clock face on the eaves of the east side. A plaque inside the entrance slates that the clock and tower were given by William Ince Anderton in 1877 as a benefaction to the township of Euxton upon the coming of age of his eldest son on 22 December 1876.

Listing NGR: SD5536419110

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 357645

Legacy System: LBS

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