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IoE Number: 480205
Location: ST ANDREW'S UNITED REFORM CHURCH, THE AVENUE
  SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE
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Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 09 May 2000
Date of last amendment: 09 May 2000
Grade II

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SU41SWTHE AVENUE983/10/10037St Andrew's United Reform Church

SU41SW THE AVENUE 983/10/10037 St Andrew's United Reform Church 09-MAY-00 II Cogregational church. 1897-8; by Cubitt and Collinson. Red brick with Bath stone dressings. Clay plain tile roofs. PLAN: Wide nave, low north and south aisles, west tower and narthex: vestry to SE. Perpendicular/Tudor style. EXTERIOR: West end gable has tripartite window with ogee hoodmoulds and shafts between with crocketed pinnacles, over moulded 3-centred arch west doorway, flanked by brick buttresses with set-offs. Set back over the west end is the tower, rectangular on plan, angle and diagonal buttresses, 3 and 2-light bell-openings, corbelled embattled parapet, small stone pinnacles, polygonal stair turret with open timber canopy above and a squat tiled spire with a lead-clad finial with a wrought-iron cross. North and south aisles with 3-light windows between buttresses and clerestorey above with 2-light windows with 4-centred arches. INTERIOR: Plastered walls and red brick arches. Wide nave with arch-braced timber roof on balusters set on stone corbels; 3-bay arcades, the mouldings of the 4-centred arches die into the circular stone piers; clerestorey above with brick rear arches , curved braces to beams over aisles; moulded 4-centred chancel arch; polygonal apse with 2-light stained glass windows, altar removed and organ at side; tall 2-centred tower arch with gallery below. C19 benches. SOURCE: Buildings of England, pp.574 and 575.

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