Methodist-Episcopal Church of Norwich

Methodist-Episcopal Church of Norwich
Methodist-Episcopal Church of Norwich, May 2009
Methodist-Episcopal Church of Norwich is located in New York
Location: 74 N. Broad St., Norwich, New York
Coordinates: 42°32′1″N 75°31′26″W / 42.53361°N 75.52389°W / 42.53361; -75.52389Coordinates: 42°32′1″N 75°31′26″W / 42.53361°N 75.52389°W / 42.53361; -75.52389
Area: less than one acre
Built: 1873
Architect: Perry, Isaac G.; Sternberg, William H.
Architectural style: Late Victorian
Governing body: Private
NRHP Reference#: 03000846[1]
Added to NRHP: August 28, 2003

Methodist-Episcopal Church of Norwich is a historic Methodist Episcopal church located at 74 N. Broad Street in Norwich, Chenango County, New York. It was designed by noted architect Isaac G. Perry and built 1873-1875. It is a large, two story brick structure, generally rectangular in shape (110 feet long by 64 feet wide) with a cross gabled transept (76 feet wide by 12 feet deep). The front facade features two engaged towers with a large, central round arched entrance. The north tower is surmounted by a 115 foot octagonal spire. The south tower includes a belfry and 190 foot spire.[2]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.[1]

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