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Description: The Quadrangle
Date Listed: 21 January 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 217393
OS Grid Reference: SP0463480805
OS Grid Coordinates: 404634, 280805
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4252, -1.9333
MARY VALE ROAD
5104 Bournville B30
(formerly listed as
SP 0484 NE 57/5
1897 by Ewan Harper for Richard Cadbury. In the traditional form of single-storeyed
almshouses set around a spacious quadrangle. Red brick with stone dressings;
tile roof. In a Tudor style. The principal facade to Mary Vale Road with
a centrepiece of gatehouse type with flanking wings. The gatehouse 2-storeyed
with turrets left and right and a projecting porch with oriel window over.
To the left, the matron's rooms, to the right the chapel. To the road the
houses with canted bay windows beneath timber-framed gables; to the quadrangle,
the round headed entrances to the houses in pairs beneath timber-framed gables.
In the centre of the quadrangle, a shelter like that on The Green but here
rectangular in plan. Pyramidal tiled roof with gabled dormers in each side
and a lantern, all supported on wooden columns.
Listing NGR: SP0463480805
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Source: English Heritage
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