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- Category: A
- Date Added: 23/02/1971
- Local Authority: Fife
- Planning Authority: Fife
- Burgh: St Andrews
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NO 51194 16809
- Coordinates: 351194, 716809
1907 Chancel, John Douglas (Chester) architect. Gothic, snecked rubble with square pyramid-capped towerlet. Nave, courtyard and ancillary buildings, 1924, Paul Waterhouse, architect. Snecked rubble, part slated, part pantiled, incorporating early 19th cent. 2-storey pantiled building at junction with North Street. Interior vaulted with aisles.
mixture of Gothic, Renaissance and Byzantine motifs; exterior part Renaissance with Roman doric loggia to court, part to street Flemish gothic. Castle Wynd House incorporated in group on N, 3-storey, crowstepped gable to street, rubble-built, dating 17th century; 5-storey V-fronted crowstepped tower and other additions, Paul Waterhouse 1924
for Chaplaincy centre.
Statement of Special Interest
Ecclesiastical building in use as such. Castle Wynd House.
EYB. Dean of Guild Plans. Old St Andrews p49. PSAS v,IX p301.
R G Cant, St Andrews Architects pt.II.
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