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Church of St Antony and Monastery, Newham

Description: Church of St Antony and Monastery

Grade: II
Date Listed: 25 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 204968

OS Grid Reference: TQ4054984238
OS Grid Coordinates: 540549, 184238
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5395, 0.0252

Locality: Newham
County: Greater London
Country: England
Postcode: E7 9PP

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Listing Text


and Monastery


Church and Monastery 1884 (foundation stone) finished in 1891. Architects Pugin
& Pugin. Early English and Geometrical Gothic Church. Yellow stock brick with ash-
lar dressings. Slated roofs. Austere. 7-bay nave with tall clerestory. Lean-to
aisle roofs, double to (liturgical) south, to incorporate confessionals. Gabled
chapel to south. South-eastern apsed chapel. Rose window over High Altar. 6 light
traceried window to west end above gabled entrance. Cuspless three-light clerestory
windows. Lancets to confessionals. Monastery 2-storeyed with transverse gable to
left and smaller gables to centre and right. Similar materials to church, but blue,
chamfered engineering bricks to window openings. Lower windows paired lancets with
leaded lights. Beneath gables three light tracery windows, pointed head to left,
the others with stepped, square, heads. Walls buttressed. Building linked to church.
Gabled entrance, porch to left, with Mother & Child statue in canopied niche above.

Listing NGR: TQ4054984238

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Source: English Heritage

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