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Description: 28a, Manor Row Bd1
Date Listed: 24 October 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 336852
OS Grid Reference: SE1622333491
OS Grid Coordinates: 416223, 433491
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7975, -1.7552
5111 MANOR ROW BD1
SE 1633 35/187 24.10.77
SE 1633 SN 36/187
Built in 1835 as the Salem Chapel, now used as a clinic. A boldly detailed Greek
Revival design in ashlar sandstone. Two storey, 5 bay front with slight batter to
quoin pilasters. Full width block modelled pediment and large plain acroteria.
The central 3 bays break forward slightly below pediment. Tripartite entrance
composition of side lights flanked by pilasters and engaged, partly fluted, Ionic
columns to architrave surround doorway; deep entablature with pediment over. The
flanking bays have windows in battered, eared, flat surrounds. Seven windows to
side elevations in similar surrounds. The east gable end is similarly pedimented
but with full height segmental bow for the apse of the front chapel.
Listing NGR: SE1622333491
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Source: English Heritage
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