ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH AND ATTACHED PRESBYTERY

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1355548

Date first listed: 08-Apr-1987

Statutory Address: ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH AND ATTACHED PRESBYTERY, AVON DASSETT ROAD

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH AND ATTACHED PRESBYTERY, AVON DASSETT ROAD

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

County: Warwickshire

District: Stratford-on-Avon (District Authority)

Parish: Avon Dassett

National Grid Reference: SP 41021 49962

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History

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Details

AVON DASSETT AVON DASSETT ROAD SP44NW (East side) 4/14 Roman Catholic Church of St. Joseph and attached presbytery

GV II

Roman Catholic church and attached presbytery. 1854. By Myers. Coursed squared ironstone. Concrete tile roofs; tower and presbytery have slate roofs; coped gable parapets with kneelers and decorated crosses. Nave, chancel, south chapel and north-west porch tower. Gothic Revival style. Chamfered lancets throughout. 1 bay chancel, 4-bay nave. Chancel has diagonal buttresses with 2 offsets. East window of 3 stepped lancets. North window of paired lancets. Small polygonal projection in north west angle. Nave has buttresses with 2 offsets. 3 windows to north and south sides. West front has splayed plinth. South diagonal buttress. Window of 3 stepped lancets with continuous hood mould. Splayed sill course. West door in tower has deep splayed arch and simple hood mould. Double-leaf door. Tower of 2 stages. Splayed plinth and angle buttresses with 2 offsets. Lancet with hood mould above door. North side has lancet. Square projection in north-east angle. Deep splay to second stage. West front has 2 lancets with clock above and between. Other sides have single lancet. Moulded cornice, taken up as arch above clock. Steep bell-cast pyramidal roof with lead flashing and decorated iron cross. South-east chapel has east window of paired lancets. Single south lancet. Interior: arches of 2 chamfered orders without imposts throughout. Chancel has arch to chapel. Segmental-pointed arch and stairway to pulpit. Scissor-braced roof. Nave has scissor-braced roof with wall posts and corbels. Chapel of 2 bays with arch between. Coupled rafter roofs, running east-west in sanctuary, but north-south in outer bay. Piscina with trefoiled lancet and moulded bowl. Fittings: finely carved and moulded Early English style reredos and altar, with 2 reliefs and stiff-leaf capitals; altar has 4 shafts. Pulpit in north-east corner of nave, entered from chancel, is of stone: 3 sides of octagon, each panelled with quatrefoil with subsidiary cusps. Font of moulded plaster has compound shaft and moulded frieze. Stained glass: complete set of windows, attributed to Hardman (Pevsner). The presbytery is attached on the south side. T-plan, with cross wing on right. 2 storeys; 2-window range. Lean-to porch in angle has chamfered cambered arched doorway and plank door with decorative iron hinges. Wing has paired lancets on ground floor. Paired shouldered arched lights with cambered relieving arch on first floor. Blind trefoil in gable. Main range has large external stack with 4 offsets and large, deep blind arch; 2 chamfered squared shafts with moulded cornices, Lancet to left on first floor. Right return side has lateral stack; shaft rebuilt in brick, 2-storey, 2-window lean-to wing. To rear: wing has 2-light windows. Lean-to range flush with front. The founder was Joseph Knight. Myers was A.W.N. Pugin's builder. Pevsner questions whether he was the architect. (Buildings of England: Warwickshire, p.80; Kelly's Directory of Warwickshire, 1892, p.26).

Listing NGR: SP4102149962

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 306123

Legacy System: LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Pevsner, N, Wedgwood, A, The Buildings of England: Warwickshire, (1966), 80
'Kellys Directory' in Warwickshire, (1892), 26

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