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Former Sunday School, Stourbridge

Description: Former Sunday School

Grade: II
Date Listed: 9 April 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 217963

OS Grid Reference: SO8918086912
OS Grid Coordinates: 389180, 286912
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4800, -2.1607

Location: 86 A491, Dudley DY8 5RU

Locality: Stourbridge
County: Dudley
Country: England
Postcode: DY8 5RU

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Listing Text

(East Side)
Former Sunday School
SO 88 NE 7/86


Original building circa 1830 in Tudor style. South-eastern extension in 1899.
Later alterations and additions. Original building formerly of 2 storeys but
floor has been removed. Red brick with stone dressings; tiled roof with 2 short
hexagonal brick stacks; crow-stepped gabled ends with 2 two-light mullioned windows
in stone architraves with hood moulds; school bell mechanism in south-east gable.
Main elevation in 3 sections: middle section breaks forward slightly with crow-stepped
gable; one 4-light mullioned window in gabled end, stone architrave, centre 2
lights are taller, square label above now has modern ventilator; 2 windows on
ground storey under continuous hood mould, 2-light with stone mullion. The 2
flanking sections, one gabled semi-dormer each, carved barge-board to gable;
3-light casement, centre light taller, in stone architrave with mullions. On
ground storey 2 windows each under continuous hood mould, with modern ventilators
as in centre section. Later additions to south-east.

Listing NGR: SO8918086912

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Source: English Heritage

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