This property contains three architecturally significant buildings: the two-story rusticated-looking concrete block church with Gothic arch stained glass windows, mock buttresses, a bell tower with Latin cross, and vaulted ceilings; Bachelot Memorial Hall, which is a single-story gable-roofed concrete-block building featuring a Gothic arch arcade, casement windows with diamond panes, and Gothic arch fixed transoms with tracery; and the two-story Mediterranean Revival style rectory building with stucco walls and hip roof with overhanging eaves and exposed rafters. The buildings of Sacred Heart Church are examples of the type of architectural design and style of their period. Each is also significant for their associations with the development of the Roman Catholic Church in the local community.
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