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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- North Ayrshire
- Planning Authority
- North Ayrshire
- NR 87282 44264
- 187282, 644264
Dated 1910. Rectangular-plan, simple Arts-and-Crafts style former church made L-plan by lower vestry wing. Dry dash harl with red ashlar sandstone dressings, slate roof. Base course to front elevation, ashlar-coped skews with skew blocks.
FRONT ELEVATION: 2-leaf boarded door to centre with chamfered doorcase flanked by square-headed sidelights with pointed timber tracery,
4-centred arch Y-traceried window above with hoodmould and label stops, date panel to gable.
LEFT RETURN ELEVATION: wallhead gable to left with stepped 3-light window, 3 bipartite windows to right.
RIGHT RETURN ELEVATION: 3 bipartite windows to left, vestry gable advanced to right with stepped 3-light window; further lower addition to right return elevation.
INTERIOR: not seen.
GATEPIERS AND BOUNDARY WALLS: 2 pyramidal-capped ashlar gatepiers, rubble boundary walls.
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