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67, Frizinghall Road, Bradford

Description: 67, Frizinghall Road

Grade: II
Date Listed: 9 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 336448

OS Grid Reference: SE1517535694
OS Grid Coordinates: 415175, 435694
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8173, -1.7710

Location: Frizinghall Road, Bradford BD9 4LA

Locality: Bradford
County: Bradford
Country: England
Postcode: BD9 4LA

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Listing Text


No 67
SE 1535 22/521


Circa 1850 villa, unusual for Bradford in that it is related far more to the seaside
type of the period. Two-storeys, painted ashlar "bricks" above rock faced ones with
quoins to ground floor. Low pitch hipped roof of diamond pattern slates with very
deep flat eaves. Three window front facing road with central porch formed by
octagonal crenellated turrets with 3 crenel parapet, the central crenel bearing a
carved stone head. The central first floor window has an architrave surround with
pediment on consoles, consoles to sills. The ground floor windows are tripartite,
flanking pilasters and carved console brackets over dividers, supporting entablatures;
original, large paned wood casements. The panelled door is set in a cambered oriel,
shallow moulded surround with carved spandrels. Dwarf wall fronting pavement.

Listing NGR: SE1517535694

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Source: English Heritage

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