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St. Mark’s Church of Ireland

  •   Holywood Road, Belfast

Mix of Gothic styles with English tracery. Traditional plan with tall square tower flanked by side porch entrances. Nave with side aisles and North/South transepts up to chancel. On North aisle behind porch is a modern choir vestry and toilets. Pitched slate roof with gable ends. Tower topped by belfry and pyramidal slate roof.

Stone Information

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  • Stonework Construction:
    Narrow and wide coursed tooled ashlar
  • Stonework Condition:
    Stonework is now in good condition, however this is due to the large amount of stone replacement carried out as part of restoration works in recent years.
  • Condition Assessment (QUB):
    Stage 1 – A façade in this condition will only require localised remedial treatment concentrating on individual blocks. Stage 1 classification may also indicate that no intervention is needed with only periodic re-assessment of the façade is recommended.
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Architect Information

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  • Architect:
    William Butterfield
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