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31 and 32, Westminster

Description: 31 and 32

Grade: DL
Date Listed: 1 December 1987
Date Delisted: 09 July 1998
English Heritage Building ID: 210134

OS Grid Reference: TQ2967780646
OS Grid Coordinates: 529677, 180646
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5099, -0.1328

Location: A4, Westminster, London SW1Y 4 W1D 7EA

Locality: Westminster
County: Greater London
Country: England
Postcode: W1D 7EA

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Listing Text

The following building was de-listed on 9th July 1998.

Nos. 31 and 32
Offices and commercial premises. c.1890 possibly by T.E. Collcut and
G.A. Holloway. Hard-fired red brick with terracotta banding and lavish
dressings. Richly eclectic Flemish Renaissance and Loire Chateaux motifs.
5 storeys including gabled attic. Broad 3 window wide front. Ground floor
has 2 altered shop fronts flanking central entrance under deep
fascia-entablature. Above, 3 storey canted bays with enriched pilasters and
aediculed centre lights flank central pilastered aediculed windows. 4th
floor with 2 square headed architraved windows flanking enriched central
Diocletian. Broad banded quoin piers rise to 2nd floor then turn into mock
bartizans with domical caps flanking kneelers of shaped gable. This
contains 2 round arched lights framed by pilasters with entablature and
segmental pediment in gable apex, bowed balustraded balconette. Deeply
moulded cornice below gable carried over bartizans.
Survey of London; Vol. XX.


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Source: English Heritage

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