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Eastbrook Hall, Bradford

Description: Eastbrook Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 9 June 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 336714

OS Grid Reference: SE1672933090
OS Grid Coordinates: 416729, 433090
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7939, -1.7475

Location: Eastbrook Hall, Leeds Road, Eastbrook, Bradford BD1 5AE

Locality: Bradford
County: Bradford
Country: England
Postcode: BD1 5AE

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Listing Text


Nos 57, 59, 59A and Eastbrook Hall
SE 1633 SE 37/709 9.6.81


1903. W J Morley and Son, architects. A large sandstone ashlar 4 storey block built
for the Methodists. The elevations designed in a mixture of Jacobean and
Renaissance details popular in Bradford for public buildings at the turn of the
century. Panelled pilasters articulate the front on each floor between moulded
sill courses. Elaborate segmental and triangular pediments over centre lights of
tripartite dormers, baluster shafts dividing the lights. Tripartite mullioned
windows to main floors. Shop fronts on ground floor. The central entrance bay
has a large segmental portal (elaborate partly leaded glazing to upper part) rising
into first floor with oriel bay window above. Corbelled pinnacled buttresses flank
this upper level and rising above the parapet, decorated with urns, is a graceful
octagonal drum with archivolt lights and Ionic columns supporting a copper dome
with crowning lantern. The dome makes an important contribution to the skyline
of the Vicar Lane area. Long range extending back along Chapel Street with
mullioned windows and gables.

Listing NGR: SE1672933090

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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