Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Planning Authority
NJ 39661 61698
339661, 861698


A Marshall Mackenzie of Matthews and Mackenzie, Aberdeen,

1886. Gothic. Rubble, tooled ashlar dressings. Centre

pointed-headed entrance in E gable flanked by plate-traceried

windows under continuous hoodmould with ball-flower stops;

double leaf plank doors with decorative cast-iron hinges.

Large hoodmoulded wheel window in gable above entrance; apex


4-bay long N and S elevations lit by 3-light cusped windows

under pointed-headed hoodmould.

Projecting rear vestry with canted W gable, each facet lit by

triple cupsed lights; moulded and pointed-headed entrance N

and S in vestry.

Lattice-pane glazing; low pulvinated string course encircles

church; squat clasping buttresses; rhones supported by masked

brackets; slate roofs.

Statement of Special Interest

Ecclesiastical building in use as such.

Church replaced that built in 1785 serving the QUOAD SACRA

parish of Enzie, comprising the eastern portion of Bellie and

western part of Rathven parishes.



Information per Matthews and Mackenzie office list of plans

compiled by late John Marr. Scottish Record Office GD44/Sec

37/Bundle 37 (per National Monuments Record).

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