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Latitude: 50.5489 / 50°32'56"N
Longitude: -3.4926 / 3°29'33"W
OS Eastings: 294346
OS Northings: 73192
OS Grid: SX943731
Mapcode National: GBR P2.7J9C
Mapcode Global: FRA 37KM.54Y
Entry Name: Church of Our Lady and St Patrick and Adjoining Presbytery
Listing Date: 29 July 1983
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1365786
English Heritage Legacy ID: 461130
Location: Teignmouth, Teignbridge, Devon, TQ14
Civil Parish: Teignmouth
Built-Up Area: Teignmouth
Traditional County: Devon
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon
Church of England Parish: East Teignmouth
Church of England Diocese: Exeter
SX9473 GLENDARAGH ROAD
25-1/5/152 (North side)
29/07/83 Church of Our Lady and St Patrick
and adjoining presbytery
Roman Catholic church. 1854 by Charles Hansom. Squared
rock-faced grey Plymouth stone with cream freestone dressings
STYLE: Middle Pointed.
PLAN: Rectangular aisled plan.
EXTERIOR: chamfered capping to the rock-faced plinth. The
coped gable to the south front with a restored fretted cross,
has a large circular window of 8 trefoiled circles surrounding
a central circle with 8 daggers to the tracery. The coped
gabled central porch has a pointed arch, with a large
quatrefoil to the tympanum, over a flight of steps flanked by
leaded lights to arcades of pointed arches on stepped plinths.
To the south-east corner is a forward-facing off-set buttress
crowned by a niche, gabled at eaves level, with a heavy square
crocketed finial above. To the left of the porch is an
octagonal tower to the belfry with leaded lancet windows. Each
facet is gabled with trefoil-headed openings flanked by
colonnettes on a moulded plinth.
The right return (east) has 4 gables each with a 2-light
pointed-arched window and steeply weathered sills. A lower
similar 5th bay toward the north end, possibly a vestry is
probably later. In the angle of the south porch and the 1st
gable is a canted set-back range with circular cinquefoil
stained-glass windows to south and east and a hipped roof
flattened at the eaves, to the nave.
The north chancel end is a canted bay with a 3-light window to
the north flanked by 2-light windows under a hipped roof with
a wrought-iron finial. The left return (west) has clerestory
windows and a low gabled block with a 3-light window to the
left return. The presbytery attached to the rear left is
similar in style with C20 additions.
INTERIOR: 4 bays; a 5-sided apse with a lower Lady Chapel to
the right and a sacristy to the left; a former baptistery to
the right (south east) of the door; organ loft and gallery
over door with stop-chamfered panelling and supporting posts.
Round columns with chamfered pointed arches, with elaborate
foliate capital to demi-column above pulpit. Octagonal pulpit
with trefoil arches with carved capitals on marble columns and
Symbols of the Evangelists. Font has quatrefoil bowl supported
on marble columns with carved capitals. Reredos with crocketed
niches and spirelet. The 5 facets of the 3-window apse are
articulated by full-height colonnettes. C19 and C20 stained
(The Buildings of England: Pevsner N & Cherry B: Devon:
London: 1989-: 797).
Listing NGR: SX9434673192
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