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Architectural Information
  • Building type: Church
  • Date of construction: 1876
  • Architect: William Butterfield
  • Listing: A
  • HB/SMR Ref: HB26/12/017
  • 2nd Survey by EHS: No
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St. Mark's Church of Ireland, Holywood Road, Belfast

Belfast City

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

Building Stone Information

Stone Type Category: Red Sandstone
Primary Stone Type: Dundonald Sandstone
Secondary Stone Type: Scrabo Sandstone
Other Stone Type: Dungannon Sandstone
Replacement Stone Type: Stanton Moor Sandstone
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): 1


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