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Description: Saints John Building (The Parade) Comprising No 92 Cheap Street (Premises Occupied by Senior and Goo
Date Listed: 30 November 1971
English Heritage Building ID: 103929
OS Grid Reference: ST6388916500
OS Grid Coordinates: 363889, 116500
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9468, -2.5154
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(South West Side)
Saints John Building
(The Parade) comprising
ST 6316 1/216A 30.ll.71. No 92 Cheap Street
(Premises occupied by
Senior and Goodwin)
under Church Lane)
- and premises occupied
by R E Bath Travel Service
1894. 3 storeys. Ashlar. Stringcourses. Mullioned windows. Carved
emblems of Saints John the Baptist and Evangelist on north and south fronts
respectively. Cheap Street front has in northernmost bay transomed and
mullioned windows on ground and 1st floors; in 2nd and 3rd bays, larger
4-light window on 1st floor with small gables over. On ground floor, wide
windows with pointed heads. In 4th bay, 4 centred headed doorway with
panelled spandrels and moulded architrave frame. Corner window of 2-lights
in 3-tiers. South front has a larger gable at east end, with 6-light 2-tiel
window 2nd floor with carved emblem of Saint John the Evangelist below.
External chimney with 2 offsets to left hand. On ground floor, a narrow
4-centred headed window and a 4-centred headed moulded doorway with date
carved spandrels; dripmould.
Premises occupied by R E Bath Travel Service: On lst floor, from right
to left hand end, small 2-light window, each light with 4-centred head.
5-light 2-tier window, surmounted by a shaped gable; 5-light bay window
on ground and lst floors with easternmost light splayed. Small 3-light
mullioned window with pointed gable over. On ground floor, to east of
2-storey bay, a window and a 4 -centred doorway with carved spandrels,
architrave frame and dripmould. Premises extend into Half Moon Street.
No 88, The Conduit, No 90, Saints John Building form a group with Bow House,
The Cemetery Gate, The Abbey Gate House, No 2 including premises occupied
by Gilham Bros, No 3 including premises occupied by Gilham Bros, Church
Lane. Also forms a group with the Former Church House, Half Moon Street.
Listing NGR: ST6388916500
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Source: English Heritage
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