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Description: 98, Edmund Street B3
Date Listed: 21 January 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 217032
OS Grid Reference: SP0670387038
OS Grid Coordinates: 406703, 287038
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4812, -1.9027
City Centre B3
SP 0687 SE 29/17 21.1.70
Built as the School Board Office. Circa 1875. Red brick, terracotta and
stone. In a Gothic style, by Chamberlain and Martin. Four storeys plus basement;
3 bays divided one from another by buttresses running the full height of the
building and with diminutive gables. Central entrance with open stone porch
the outer walls of whose balcony rise, crocketted, to embrace the first floor
central canted bay window. Ground floor windows with flat moulded heads in
which bands of foliage. First floor windows alternately trefoil-headed and
shouldered within arches on columns with sculptured capitals. Second floor
windows with trefoil heads beneath gables between which lushly carved foilage ground
Third floor with 3 couplets of trefoil-headed windows with a roundel in the
Listing NGR: SP0670387038
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Source: English Heritage
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