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Grace Episcopal Church (Waverly, New York)

Grace Episcopal Church
Grace Episcopal Church (Waverly, New York)
Location 445 Park Ave., Waverly, New York

42°0′13″N 76°32′22″W / 42.00361°N 76.53944°W / 42.00361; -76.53944Coordinates: 42°0′13″N 76°32′22″W / 42.00361°N 76.53944°W / 42.00361; -76.53944

Area less than one acre
Built 1854
Architect Washburne, Mr.
Architectural style Gothic Revival
Governing body Private
MPS Historic Churches of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York MPS
NRHP Reference # 00000878[1]
Added to NRHP August 2, 2000

Grace Episcopal Church is a historic Episcopal church located at Waverly in Tioga County, New York. It is a Gothic Revival style wood frame structure, three bays wide and six bays deep, and resting on a brick foundation with cement veneer. The building was built in 1854 and features a steeply pitched gable roof, an arched double door entry, and lancet windows. A wooden belfry is perched on the peak of the gable.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.[1]


External links

  • Grace Church of the Chemung Valley Cluster, Episcopal Diocese of Central New York

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