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6, Charlotte Road B3, Birmingham

Description: 6, Charlotte Road B3

Grade: II
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 216890

OS Grid Reference: SP0636685190
OS Grid Coordinates: 406366, 285190
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4646, -1.9077

Location: Charlotte Road, Birmingham B15 2NQ

Locality: Birmingham
County: Birmingham
Country: England
Postcode: B15 2NQ

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Listing Text

1. Edgbaston B3
No 6

SP 0685 SW 46/3
Circa 1845 three storey stucco faced town home with 3 bay front ornately
dressed with fancy Grecian details. Chanelled ground floor, the chanelling
carried out over quoin pilasters, up to string course below lst floor. Upper
floors flanked by giant quoin pilasters with incised Soanian panels. String
course to 2nd floor and bed mould to frieze. Flat boxed eaves to low pitch
slate roof, flanking corniced stucco chimneys. Intact glazing bar sashes in
panelled strip frames with ornate console brackets (a selection of varied
designs) supporting in eaves bed mould on 2nd moor and moulded cornices on
lst floor. Moulded sills on small consoles. The right hand ground floor is
a canted bay with similar pilaster strip and console details, part slate roof.
Soanian plaster strip doorway with oversize acanthus consoles to frieze, projecting
cornice with pediment blocking course and diamond faceted stops. Four panel
door, fanlight with curved corners. To right hand a brick wall connects coach-
house with 4-centred arch door end pediment parapet.

Listing NGR: SP0636685190

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Source: English Heritage

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