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Description: Church of St Andrew
Date Listed: 5 July 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 119516
OS Grid Reference: TL4561109349
OS Grid Coordinates: 545611, 209349
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7639, 0.1086
TL 40 NE 4/4 5.7.50 Church of St Andrew
C13 church. Nave and chancel of unit height and span with ridged, gabled,
peg-tiled roof and eaves. Of coursed flints and pebbles with freestone
quoins. Western Bell turret with broach spire, externally Victorian, as
is the south. Porch, of timber framing. A red brick panel set in the
south-west bay of the nave wall bears the rebus of Abbot Rose, of Waltham
Abbey (1497-1500). Three restored lancet windows on south, with a Priest
door of Early English style, and a 2-light perpendicular window in second
place. West window of 3-lights cinque foiled in a segmental head with
label and a lancet above it. Victorian vestry to north and matching windows
in north wall.
Listing NGR: TL4561109349
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Source: English Heritage
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