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Kings Parade, Ealing

Description: Kings Parade

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 May 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 201112

OS Grid Reference: TQ1979680215
OS Grid Coordinates: 519796, 180215
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5082, -0.2752

Location: Woodlands Avenue, Ealing, Greater London W3 9BY

Locality: Ealing
County: Greater London
Country: England
Postcode: W3 9BY

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Listing Text

The following building shall be added;
TQ 18 SE Nos 241-267 (odd)
(Kings Parade)


Row of shops. 1903, by A H Sykes. Red brick with terracotta bay windows; rough-
cast gables; gabled plain tile and concrete tile roof; brick stacks. Art Nouveau
style. 3 storeys and attic; 14-bay range, each bay being stepped down from
the right. Later C20 shop fronts set in original architraves with brackets
to moulded wood cornices. Five roughcast gables to centre and sides alternate
with brick bays each having bowed terracotta oriel window with leaded lights
to mullioned and transomed windows. Festoons to central frieze, dentilled cornice
and decorative wrought-iron balustrade fronting semi-circular arched dormer
window with glazing bars; 2 brick bays each have domed polygonal dormer with
lozenge-shaped lights flanked by flat-roofed dormers. Roughcast gables, each
with first-floor Ipswich window flanked by decorative plaster panels framed
by Ionic piers, 3 second-floor plate-glass sashes, 5-light third-floor window
with glazing bars and tile hanging to gable; the central gable, with central
stack, has semi-circular arched hoodmoulds over second-floor windows and third-
floor sash flanked by round windows; Ipswich window to the centre of the first-
floor central gable, there being similar windows to first floor of flanking
bays. Interior not inspected. Included as an unusual example of Art Nouveau

Listing NGR: TQ1979680215

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Source: English Heritage

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