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Description: 110, Colmore Row B3
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 216988
OS Grid Reference: SP0680386958
OS Grid Coordinates: 406803, 286958
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4805, -1.9012
City Centre B3
SP 0686 NE 33/15
1902, by William Henman and Thomas Cooper. Granite with irregularly spaced red
jointing bands. Facade and plan are alike complicated. Three bays, the outer ones
like square turrets with battered sides, bobbin-like finials at the corners and
shallow domes sprouting flag-staffs, the centre one with a large ground floor
tripartite window and a 1st floor bow window welling out from the facade and carrying
a spiky iron railing. The turrets each have a tall ground noon frame with battered
sides and dentilled undulating pediments. In the frames, on the left, the entrance
with window above and, on the right, a tall window. Above these, each turret has a
simple sash window with detached pedimented cornice and a window set within deeply
splayed reveals and behind 'mullions'. The plan with, towards the back, an almost
completely circular shape to the left and an octagonal shape to the right.
Listing NGR: SP0680686954
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Source: English Heritage
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