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Description: 16 and 17, Newhall Hill B1
Date Listed: 19 March 1975
English Heritage Building ID: 217434
OS Grid Reference: SP0614787306
OS Grid Coordinates: 406147, 287305
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4836, -1.9109
Nos 16 and 17
SP 0687 SW 28/14 19.5.75
Circa 1860-70, and perhaps by H R Yeoville Thomason. Blue brick with grey and
red dressings, some now painted over, and some stone. Two storeys; symmetrical
composition. Ground floor with an arcade of blue brick piers on stone bases,
3 broad stilted segmental arches alternating with 4 narrow round arches; windows
and doors inserted asymmetrically. The cornices of the capitals form a quasi-
string course with the transoms and doorframes. A deep entablature with
modillion cornice forms a sill to the 8 windows of the first floor; 4 narrow
round-arched in the centre flanked on either side of 2 broad 4-centred and 2 more
narrow round-arched. Medallions in the spandrels. Moulded stone stringcourse
marks off the frieze under the main modillion cornice. Decorative parapet with
a blind balustrade pattern of grey brick uprights and red brick infill panels.
Listing NGR: SP0617787323
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Source: English Heritage
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