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25 and 27, St Agnes Road B13, Birmingham

Description: 25 and 27, St Agnes Road B13

Grade: II
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 217552

OS Grid Reference: SP0854782458
OS Grid Coordinates: 408547, 282458
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4400, -1.8757

Location: St Agnes Road, Birmingham B13 9PH

Locality: Birmingham
County: Birmingham
Country: England
Postcode: B13 9PH

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Listing Text

5104 Moseley B1
Nos 25 and 27
SP 08 SE 12/46
Circa 1909.
An effective pair of semi-detached Arts and Crafts houses treated as a symmetrical
composition. Two storeys light red brick with some blue headers. Half H plan
with 2 bay centre and 1 1/2 storey lean-to porches against, but set back from,
front of gabled flanking wings. Plain bargeboards to gables. Tiled gable
end roofs with overhanging eaves swept as if thatch over first floor windows
of centre. All brick chimney stacks on side of wings and joint stack to central
ridge. Off centre ground floor 4 light leaded casements to wing in shallow
flush frames; diamond brick vents to right and left respectively. Canted oriels
on first floor with pargetted aprons on large corbel-brackets, leaded lights.
The same emphasis is placed on first floor of centre block with 3 light casements
as opposed to small 2 light ones with thin cornices and relieving arches on
ground floor. The lean to porches have splayed reveal round headed doorways
to front with thin impost moulding carved in. Small attic lights above. Slight
camber arched windows to sides.

Listing NGR: SP0854782458

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Source: English Heritage

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