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Description: Riverside Arts Centre
Date Listed: 9 December 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 288038
OS Grid Reference: TQ1100868717
OS Grid Coordinates: 511008, 168717
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4066, -0.4054
TQ 16NW SUNBURY-ON-THAMES, FORMER UD THAMES STREET
4/67 Nos 59 and 61
9/12/69 (Thameside Kitchen
and Riverside Arts
Former Assembly Rooms, now divided. Circa 1840. Dun and brown brick on rendered
plinth with wooden shop front to left on ground floor; rendered dressings and
slate roofs obscured by parapets. Thameside Kitchens (to left):- Two storeys
with stacks to ends and moulded eaves cornice to rendered parapet. Two tripartite
windows in rendered architrave surrounds on the first floor with square mullions
and 8 panes to centre light. Hood mould over with palmette end scroll brackets,
moulded sills below. Wooden shop front across the ground floor with paired end
pilaster pier strips on common plinth and moulded caps. Three-light, thin-
mullioned fixed, plate-glass shop window to either side of ¾-glazed paired doors
in canted-side recess. Riverside Arts Centre (to right):- Set back with restored
brickwork, moulded eaves cornice and pantiled along top. One narrow 8-pane
glazing-bar sash window to first floor left under hood mould on scroll palmettes
and with sill on brackets below. Tripartite sash window with similar hood and
sill to first floor right. Square bay window to ground floor right with C19/C20
glazing-bar sashes in architrave surrounds and with moulded sills on corbels.
Double doors to left of centre, panelled and half-glazed under transome light and
gauged brick head. Doric pier portico with pedestals below and flat roof above.
Listing NGR: TQ1100868717
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Source: English Heritage
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