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10, Cherry Street (See Details for Further Address Information), Birmingham

Description: 10, Cherry Street (See Details for Further Address Information)

Grade: II
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 216857

OS Grid Reference: SP0708786934
OS Grid Coordinates: 407087, 286934
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4803, -1.8971

Location: 17 Cannon Street, Birmingham B2 5AR

Locality: Birmingham
County: Birmingham
Country: England
Postcode: B2 5AR

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Listing Text

City Centre B2
No 17
SP 0786 NW 34/3
Includes No 10 Cherry Street. 1881-2, in an Arts and Crafts style by J L
Ball and his first independent work. Red brick; tile roof. Four storeys
plus attic; 5 irregular bays. Ground floor with modern or altered shop fronts.
First floor with a very shallow brick canted bay window rising through 2
storeys, then, in the second bay, a single altered segment-headed window on
the right, 2 very shallow timber canted bay windows with leaded lights and
garlands in the aprons and, finally, in the fifth bay, another such window
and a narrow segment-headed sash window. Second and third floors each with
5 pairs of casement windows, those of the second floor of cross type and
with diminutive pediments, those of the third floor tucked beneath the eaves,
and all set within a grid of pilasters and moulded string courses. In the
roof 4 dormer casement windows with diminutive pediments. The return in
Cherry Street (where is the entrance to No 10 Cherry Street) similarly treated
but with a big gable.

Listing NGR: SP0708786934

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Source: English Heritage

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