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Description: Lloyds Bank and British Legion
Date Listed: 25 August 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 126210
OS Grid Reference: SP1523739241
OS Grid Coordinates: 415237, 239241
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0514, -1.7792
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5224 HIGH STREET
Lloyds Bank and Lloyds Bank and
(formerly listed as
premises abutting and
to north of Lygon Arms)
SP 1539 SW 9/154 25.8.60
Possibly early C18. Wide 7 bay ashlar facade of 3 storeys in fact 2 houses about
a central carriageway (formerly one burgage). Bands between floors, quoins,
cornice with dentils to corona, parapet with moulded coping ramped up to urn-finials
at ends and centre. Glazing bar windows with keystones, pivotted lights on second
floor, sashes below. Central through passage with bracketted hood, panelled door
to left of this with traceried overlight. Interwar 'Georgian' bank front to right
of 3 bays, entrance to left.
Slate roof with ashlar end chimneys.
Through passage rear lintel has an early C18 relief with shell and head with folded
Listing NGR: SP1524339228
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Source: English Heritage
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