St Patricks Roman Catholic Church, Dundee

National Grid Reference (NGR): NO 41040 31240, map


3 Arthurstone Terrace


This church was built in a wealthy area of Dundee at the time, shown by its rich carving and architecture. The main nave has relatively low walls and a large roof, with large vents and pinnacles. The buttressed entrance gable has a large, very ornate traceried pointed-arch window. To the side is a squat, square two-course tower, topped by an octagonal belfry with round-arched openings. The side walls are buttressed and feature pointed-arch windows. The whole structure is built in red rubble sandstone to a high standard. The church is in good condition and in full ecclesiastical use. 

J. Dowling 


  • Church: Build/construction (1897)
    People: T.m.cappon;h.east;w.g.lamond