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Church of St Andrew, Brent

Description: Church of St Andrew

Grade: II
Date Listed: 2 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 198799

OS Grid Reference: TQ1628085730
OS Grid Coordinates: 516280, 185730
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5585, -0.3240

Location: Church Gardens, Brent, Greater London HA0 2QE

Locality: Brent
County: Greater London
Country: England
Postcode: HA0 2QE

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Listing Text

In the entry for:- SUDBURY HARROW ROAD
TQ 1685 Church of St. Andrew
8/2 Avenue (west side)
Church of St. Andrew


The address shall be amended and statutory cross reference added:-

935/8/2 (North east side),
02/08/90 Church of St. Andrew


935/8/2 (north west side)
02/08/90 Church of St. Andrew

See under Church of St. Andrew Harrow Road.


The following building shall be added:-

(North east Side), Sudbury
8/2 and St Andrew's Avenue (west side)
Church of St Andrew


Church. 1925-6 by W C Waymouth, builders J F Booth and Son. Brownish red
brick with some blue brick diapering; ashlar dressings; plain tile roof with
ribbed ridge tiles. Aisled 5-bay nave including 1-bay narthex and crossing,
with transepts. 4-bay aisled chancel, including 1-bay sanctuary; north-east
and south-east vestries. In Arts and Crafts'style having offset butresses,
board doors with cover strips, tile kneelers, ashler coping and cross finial.
Windows have leaded glazing, the principal windows with Perpendicular-style
tracery, others with reverse - cusped lights; gabled 3-light dormers to aisles
having wooden mullions and cusped heads and half-timbered gables with
barge-boards. Nave on each-side has gabled bay, 2nd from west, and gabled
transepts, that on south with bellcote and fronted by hipped-roofed porch and
3-bay vestry with gabled dormer and taller chimney; six 2-light windows to
aisles and 3 dormers above. West end has central projecting bay with paired
2-light windows below 5-light window; ends of aisles recessed and each with
door in chamfered reveal with moulded segmental arch, hoodmould, and blind
trefoil over. 5-light east window. Interior: arcades have stone columns
(more elaborate to chancel) and brick arches. Roof has arch-braced collared
trusses with short king-posts, the chancel with moulded roof timbers on carved
corbels. Contemporary wooden pulpit, organ loft and choir stalls, and stone
front. Bronze war memorial.

Listing NGR: TQ1628085730

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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