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IoE Number: 206989
Photographer: Mr Christopher Strevens
Date Photographed: 12 August 2000
Date listed: 28 June 1954
Date of last amendment: 28 June 1954
Grade II*

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BATTERSEA RISE SWll 1. 5033 TQ 2775 9/8 28.6.54 Church of St Mark II the Grade shall be amended to read Grade II* (star) and the description shall be amended to read as follows: Anglican church. 1872-4 by William White. Stock brick with red brick dressings and diaper over mass concrete core, tiled roof. Four-bay nave with north aisles, tower at south-west corner supporting wooden belfy and shingled broad-eaved broach spire; raised chancel and ambulatory over crypt. Gabled south porch leads into diminutive south transept. Internally, the four-bay nave arcade does not follow the pattern of the more regularly-spaced clerestorey above. Concrete piers with naturalistic stone-carved capitals by Harry Hems. Aisled windows, one with fragmentary stained glass, have marble sills. Chancel with apsidal sanctuary set within round brick piers of ambulatory. The spandrels of the ambulatory arcade gilded and painted with emblems. Tiled floor inset with panels by J R Clayton; choir stalls, pulpit and font (raised on tiled and stone stepped plinth) to White's designs. Altar on stone plinth behind low brass rails. At the east end the ambulatory descends to crypt, with octagonal brick piers and lierne brick vaults. ------------------------------------ BATTERSEA RISE SW11 1. 5033 Church of St Mark TQ 2775 9/8 28.6.54 II 2. 1873 to 76 William White. 13th Century Gothic-style. Yellow brick with red brick dressings and diaper. Tower at south-west, integral with west elevation, rises to corbelled upper stage supporting wooden belfry and shingled broad-eaved broach spire. Gabled south porch Interior: nave, north aisle, south transept, apsidal sanctuary with ambulatory. Sanctuary tiles by J R Clayton. Font of Devon marble.

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