Name of property:
Santa Ana Parish Hall
Two-storey semi-detached structure with ridges perpendicular to street. Two structurally similar blocks covered with gable roofs. Similar architecture as church building. Façades: grey plasterwork finishing with traced joints suggesting large stone blocks. Arched windows with grey-white block pattern. Stepped gables covered with gabled cover plates.
Architectural historical and cultural historical value as part of Santa Ana Church. Architectural historical value because of the characteristic details such as the stepped gables, arched windows with grey-white blocks and the block- simulating plasterwork. Specific value as part of a protected monumental townscape.
Not listed in Register of Monuments