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15, St Agnes Road B13

A Grade II Listed Building in Moseley and Kings Heath, Birmingham

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.4407 / 52°26'26"N

Longitude: -1.8754 / 1°52'31"W

OS Eastings: 408564

OS Northings: 282530

OS Grid: SP085825

Mapcode National: GBR 65Q.TY

Mapcode Global: VH9Z3.FXWC

Entry Name: 15, St Agnes Road B13

Listing Date: 8 July 1982

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1076206

English Heritage Legacy ID: 217551

Location: Birmingham, B13

County: Birmingham

Electoral Ward/Division: Moseley and Kings Heath

Built-Up Area: Birmingham

Traditional County: Worcestershire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Midlands

Church of England Parish: Moseley St Agnes

Church of England Diocese: Birmingham

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Listing Text

ST AGNES ROAD
1.
5104 Moseley B13
No 15
SP 08 SE 12/45
II
2.
Dated 1904. Architect Anthony Rowse for his brother. An early brick built Arts
and Crafts house of distinctive Birmingham type. Two storeys and attic, asymmetrical
elevation. Steep tiled gable end roof with tall slightly tapered chimney stacks.
Gabled bay of 2 1/2 storeys with 2 storey staircase bay and porch in same plane but with
flat coping above stair window concealing roof and raised in miniature gable above
date plaque and shallow chamfered return to lower right hand wing with overhanging
eaves. The porch rises level with first transom of stair window with a chequer band
of stone and tilework and plain stone coped parapet from the chamfered angle returned
wall of wing. The doorway itself is round arched and relatively low with flush
ashlar rustication and a semi-circular corbelled stone hood. Shallow panelled door
also round headed. The stair window is stone framed and mullion transomed and there
is a small lobby window also stone dressed set low beneath it on the ground floor.
Both have tile on edge bands above lintels. The left hand gabled bay has a canted
bay window with rosette studded valance. Leaded casements set in shallow flush
frames to upper floors. The right hand wing has small leaded canted oriel to first
floor and a 3 light mullion-transom window to the ground floor. All windows retain
decorated wrought iron latches. Interior unaltered with restrained mouldings and
door furniture. Tall proportioned fireplaces, with panelled over mantel and peacock
green tiles in drawing room and with flanking high set slender columns in the dining
room. Simple dog leg staircase of stained oak with octagonal tapering capped
newels only decorated with small diamond marquetry. Unusually extensive internal
ventilation system with grilles in hall and all main rooms.

Listing NGR: SP0856482530

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