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St. Paul's Anglican Church

Heritage Resource (Charlottetown)

  • 101 Prince Street
  • Charlottetown
  • Construction Date: 1896
  • Latitude: 46.23575
  • Longitude: -63.12452
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Place Description

St. Paul's Anglican Church is a large Gothic Revival inspired, Island sandstone church located on a large treed lot. Although the entrance faces Church Street, its large spire and tower face Prince and Grafton Street. Designed by famous Island architect, William Critchlow Harris, the building is the third church used by the Parish and a local landmark. The designation encompasses the building's exterior and parcel; it does not include the building's interior.

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