Date Listed: 26 February 1980
Date Delisted: 16 September 1997
English Heritage Building ID: 336463
OS Grid Reference: SE1615433575
OS Grid Coordinates: 416154, 433575
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7982, -1.7562
The following building was de-listed on 16th September 1997.
5111 GRAMMAR SCHOOL STREET BD1
Main Block to former Carlton
SE 1633 35/531 26.2.8O
Includes No 2 Manningham Lane. 1871-73 school on the site of the 183O grammar school.
Designed by the Andrews and Pepper partnership. Bold gothic detailing, particularly
to tower which has a saddleback roof and openwork, bartizan, spired turret to one
corner. The gables stepped with finials. Prominent dog gargoyles. Paired tall
lancets to body over tower above shafted jamb pointed arched portal. The school
building proper extends on L-plan to east with linked impost pointed arched windows.
To the west, forming the corner with Manor Row is the master's home with hipped and
gabled roof pitches. Paired mullioned windows with relieving arches and herringbone
stonework to blind pointed tympanun beneath gable. Sandstone brick with ashlar
dressings used throughout, slate roofs, the eaves partly corbelled. The tower rising
to 11O ft is a prominent feature.
Listing NGR: SE1615433575
Source: English Heritage
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