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14 and 16, Regent Parade B1, Birmingham

Description: 14 and 16, Regent Parade B1

Grade: II
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 217525

OS Grid Reference: SP0625687635
OS Grid Coordinates: 406256, 287635
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4866, -1.9093

Location: 16 Regent Parade, Birmingham B1 3NS

Locality: Birmingham
County: Birmingham
Country: England
Postcode: B1 3NS

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Listing Text

5104 Hockley B1
Nos 14 and 16
SP 0687 NW 24/16
C1825-30 pair of houses built on right angle of street. 2 storeys red brick the
corner turned with an inset one bay bow. Low hipped slate roof with eaves band.
Plain band corniced chimney stacks, No 14 has front facing west with one window
each floor, doorway to left and one window each floor to bowed corner. Revealed
glazing bar sashes with stone sills and rubbed brick gauged flat arches. Similar
gauged vermicular brick arch to doorway with contained flattened oval surround
to panelled reveals and soffit, panelled door and radial glazed fanlight. Lower
one bay wing of shopping to right. The front of No 16 faces north with stone
plinth and 3 bays, the centre blind above doorway. Revealed glazing bar sashes
with painted stone sills, rubbed brick arches. Same doorway as No 14 but
retaining simple capital moulding to flattened oval surround, returned from
doorhead across reveals. Lower 2 storey 4 bay works wing to left with moulded
bed to flat eaves. Glazing bar sashes to first floor, segmented arched doorway
and waggon archway on ground floor. Early jewellery quarter buildings.

Listing NGR: SP0625787634

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Source: English Heritage

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