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Lloyds Bank

A Grade II Listed Building in Heswall, Wirral

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.3283 / 53°19'41"N

Longitude: -3.0989 / 3°5'56"W

OS Eastings: 326908

OS Northings: 381830

OS Grid: SJ269818

Mapcode National: GBR 6YSY.WL

Mapcode Global: WH76F.CLKS

Entry Name: Lloyds Bank

Listing Date: 18 October 1990

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1075380

English Heritage Legacy ID: 215663

Location: Wirral, CH60

County: Wirral

Electoral Ward/Division: Heswall

Built-Up Area: Heswall

Traditional County: Cheshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Merseyside

Church of England Parish: Heswall St Peter

Church of England Diocese: Chester

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Listing Text

SJ 28 SE
5/313

WIRRAL,
TELEGRAPH ROAD,
Lloyd's Bank

II

Bank. Built for Lloyd's Bank Limited, 1907, to designs by George Hastwell Grayson
(of Grayson and Ould). (Ref Lloyd's Bank, Estates Department archives). Sandstone
ashlar, brick and some half-timberwork; graduated Cumbrian slate roof. Banking hall
and chambers lie parallel to Telegraph Road with the principal entrance on the
corner with The Mount, with manager's house to rear, forming an L-shaped plan
overall. 2-storeys. Front (to Telegraph Road): irregular 3 window range under
3 gables connected by parapet, all with coping; 2 3-light and one 4-light windows to
1st floor, all with labels and mullions, the latter with a king mullion; to ground,
2, 3 and 4-light windows of similar detailing, the 3-light window larger (to light
banking hall) and with decorative glazing bars. To the right, almost detached,
canted, and pyramidally roofed with a dentil cornice is the entrance tower
surmounted by a lead finial; one small window above the doorway, the latter in
moulded surround with shaped pediment containing a beehive device. End wall of this
main range (to right, facing The Mount), coping to gable as front, 3-light window to
1st floor, large 3-light window to ground (as to banking hall, front). Both these
elevations in stone. Stone returns to left for one bay (2-light window to ground,
timber-framed gabled attic window); the rest of this side in brick (with stone
kneelers to gabled end wall of principal range). 2 and 3-light windows, those to
ground with iron glazing bars. Corbelled ridge stacks. Rear: asymmetrical, varied
elevations; shallow rear wing with massive stack all brick with set-offs, to banking
hall. Pentice connects this with polygonal stair turret that occupies the inner
angle of the L-shaped plan. 2 3-light windows above pentice (one is a gabled
dormer). This floor and most of the main rear wing (the house), half-timbered with
herring-bone nogging. Inner face of wing with canted and gabled oriel. Large
external end stack partly concealed by sensitive brick lean-to addition. Interior
not inspected. Grayson (a partner in the important Cheshire firm of Grayson and
Ould) was a talented architect who did important work at Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
This varied and well-managed, complex design is amongst his best.


Listing NGR: SJ2690881830

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