Saint John’s Church Rectory

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

1333 Bay Street

CLIENT: Protestant Episcopal Church

ARCHITECT: John W. Winmill

DATE: 1881-82

STYLE: Queen Anne style

Clifton Queen Anne Staten Island

Prominently located on Bay Street in Clifton, Staten Island, St. John’s Protestant Episcopal Church Rectory is an excellent example of an early free-standing Queen Anne style residence. The rectory, located to the south of the church, was built for the Reverend Eccleston from 1881-1882 by the builder John W. Winmill. The picturesque qualities of the Queen Anne style and the house’s granite base, an unusual feature among Staten Island’s Queen Anne style houses, complement St. John’s Protestant Episcopal Church, built from 1869-1871.

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

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