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30 and 31, George Road B15, Birmingham

Description: 30 and 31, George Road B15

Grade: II
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 217115

OS Grid Reference: SP0582585638
OS Grid Coordinates: 405825, 285638
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4687, -1.9157

Location: Austen Place, Birmingham B15 1PJ

Locality: Birmingham
County: Birmingham
Country: England
Postcode: B15 1PJ

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Listing Text

Edgbaston B15
Nos 30 and 31
SP 0585 NE 40/34
C1830 pair of stucco villas, semi-detached, on 2 storeys and originally probably
of 3 bays each, symmetrical overall. No 30 has additional gabled bay and
lower 2 storey service wing. No 31 has set back one bay wing to left. Plinth;
moulded flat eaves to hipped slate roof; cut down stucco chimney stacks.
No 30 has ground floor windows in relieving arches with stucco lunettes decorated
with ribbed lovers knot pattern. Plain outer sash windows on first floor,
the central window in arched recess with fluted pilasters and round head.
Entrance contained in arched recess with fluted Tuscan columns supporting
shallow bracketed cornice across door head anf fanlight above. The gabled
extension to right has similar ground floor window with ribbed knot to arch
and 2 plain first floor windows with delicate x pattern iron balconies. Service
wing to right. No 31 has 3 bay front with same details as No 30 but the entrance
is in the recessed bar to left and the centre bay of front has a "ribbed knot"
window as on rest of ground floor. Recessed overarched Tuscan column doorway
in set back one window wing. Garden rear elevations: 2 further x pattern
balconies and a scrolled Victorian one; No 31 has 2 canted bays of C1850.

Listing NGR: SP0582585638

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Source: English Heritage

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