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Description: Municipal Building (West End)
Municipal Buildings (East End) (Incorporating the Old Grammar School)
Date Listed: 4 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 269671
OS Grid Reference: ST2262324522
OS Grid Coordinates: 322623, 124522
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0149, -3.1044
1. CORPORATION STREET
4.6.52. Municipal Buildings (East End)
(incorporating The Old
Municipal Building (West End)
ST 2224 NE 9/16
A large building with 2 main parts set on a terrace above the road. The east end
was a Grammar School built about 1480, probably refounded by Bishop Fox of Winchester
1522, and improved by Roger Hill, a merchant of Taunton who died in 1544. This
part has rubble walls with ashlar dressings. 5-light mullioned and transomed windows
without dripmoulds are divided by buttresses. Decayed heraldic device in east
wall. Inside is a hall of 4 bays, much restored, but retaining its open timber
roof. The Old Grammar School is a scheduled AM. 2 storey western extensions were
carried out in 1902, the whole building having a continuous slate roof. Similar
Tudor style with plain mullioned windows, but with gablets rising into roof. Picturesque
square wooden bellcote. Leaded lights to windows. 3 storey battlemented tower
comes forward at west end,
All the listed buildings (except No 34 and the Dragon Book Shop and Wall) in Bath
Place and Corporation Street form a group.
Listing NGR: ST2262324522
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Source: English Heritage
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