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St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church (Plattsburgh, New York)

St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church and Rectory
St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church
St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church (Plattsburgh, New York)
Location 20 Broad St., Plattsburgh, New York
Coordinates

44°41′44″N 73°27′17″W / 44.69556°N 73.45472°W / 44.69556; -73.45472Coordinates: 44°41′44″N 73°27′17″W / 44.69556°N 73.45472°W / 44.69556; -73.45472

Area 1 acre (0.40 ha)
Built 1874
Architectural style Colonial Revival, Gothic Revival, Quebecois
Governing body Private
MPS Plattsburgh City MRA
NRHP Reference # 82001112[1]
Added to NRHP November 12, 1982

St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church and Rectory is a historic Roman Catholic church and rectory located at 20 Broad Street in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York. Both structures were added to the National Register of Historic Places as one record in 1982.[1]

The imposing masonry church was built in 1874. Cruciform in plan with Gothic Revival pointed arches and buttresses. It features a spired tower surmounted by a stone cross finial.

The rectory was built between 1909–1910 and is a three story, rectangular-in-plan masonry structure that features a half-mansard roof with balcony. The rectory has an unusual combination of Colonial Revival and Gothic Revival features.[2]

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External links

  • Church of St. John the Baptist website


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