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Latitude: 53.3828 / 53°22'57"N
Longitude: -1.4684 / 1°28'6"W
OS Eastings: 435457
OS Northings: 387454
OS Grid: SK354874
Mapcode National: GBR 9HK.Q5
Mapcode Global: WHDDP.F70K
Entry Name: Former National Westminster Bank parade Chambers
Listing Date: 28 June 1973
Last Amended: 12 December 1995
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1078251
English Heritage Legacy ID: 458675
Location: Sheffield, S1
Electoral Ward/Division: City
Built-Up Area: Sheffield
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Sheffield
Church of England Diocese: Sheffield
SK3587SW HIGH STREET
784-1/24/429 (North West side)
Former National Westminster Bank
(Formerly Listed as:
National Westminster Bank)
Includes: No.1 Parade Chambers EAST PARADE.
Bank, now shop and offices. Dated 1884, restored and altered
late C20. By ME Hadfield & Son. Red brick with ashlar dressing
and slate roofs with lead spires. 3 clustered coped brick side
wall stacks with 4 octagonal flues. Tudor Gothic Revival
EXTERIOR: plinth, string courses, corbel table with gargoyles,
coped gables with finials. 4 and 5 storeys plus attics; 3 x 3
windows. Windows are mainly stone cross mullioned casements
with round-headed lights.
Double gabled front to High Street has to left a canted 3
storey oriel window with 3 lights on each floor, with
crenellated parapet and ornate finial to spire. Right gable
has two 3-storey canted bay windows with crenellated parapets.
On each floor, a 3-light window with sidelights. Above, a
7-light window with central traceried blank panel and label
mould. Above again, a small 3-light window. Left gable has 4
floors each with a 4-light window with traceried central blank
panel, the top one with label mould. Above again, a small
3-light window. Ground floor has 5 flat-headed openings with
chamfered piers, with off-centre door and 4 single pane
West front, to East Parade, has a near-central canted bay
window, 4 stages, topped with an ornate spire. Single window
on each floor, and crenellated parapet. To right, a double
gabled block, 3 windows. To right, a canted bay window, 3
stages, with crenellated parapet and on each floor a 3-light
window with sidelights. Above it, a 3-light window with
hoodmould. To its right, on the first floor, a 2-light window.
Left gable has a tall central recess with a 4 light window to
the first floor, with a dated panel with relief portraits over
it. Above, an 8-pane transomed window and above it, a similar
12 pane window, separated by a decorated frieze. Above them a
3-light transomed window. To left, a 3 window block with
crenellated parapet. On each floor, two 2-light windows, and
to their left a single transomed window. Ground floor has an
elaborately moulded central entrance with billeted hood on
scroll brackets. To its right, a single flat-headed window,
then 2 flat-headed openings with C20 shop windows. To left, a
moulded elliptical arch with a recessed C20 shop window,
flanked to left by a pointed arched doorway with mullioned
INTERIOR not inspected.
(The Buildings of England: Pevsner N: Yorkshire: The West
Riding: London: 1967-: 456).
Listing NGR: SK3546087462
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