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22 and 22a, the Green

A Grade II Listed Building in Ealing Broadway, London

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.5107 / 51°30'38"N

Longitude: -0.3053 / 0°18'19"W

OS Eastings: 517701

OS Northings: 180441

OS Grid: TQ177804

Mapcode National: GBR 72.KPN

Mapcode Global: VHGQW.N9G8

Entry Name: 22 and 22a, the Green

Listing Date: 18 December 1990

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1079338

English Heritage Legacy ID: 201137

Location: Ealing, London, W5

County: London

District: Ealing

Electoral Ward/Division: Ealing Broadway

Built-Up Area: Ealing

Traditional County: Middlesex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London

Church of England Parish: Christ the Saviour Ealing

Church of England Diocese: London

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Listing Text

In the entry for:-
THE GREEN
TQ 18 SE
(east side)
2/104 Nos 22 and 22A
II GV
The description shall be amended to read:-
Chemist's shop with accommodation over (now separate). Dated
1902, shop re-ordered c1924. Brownish brick with ashlar
dressings; tiled roof having crested ridge tiles. Three storeys,
one bay. C1924 shop front set within original surround. Recessed
central door with overlight and tessellated pavement in front,
flanked by bow-corned windows which have black marble plinths,
slender columns with bulbous bases and capitals, and transoms.
Continuous overlight. The door and overlights have glazing bars
forming lozenges. The surround has red marble pilasters on
plinths supporting short paired columns with plain capitals;
console brackets flank fascia and support cornice. Above is 2-
storey, canted bay window having transomed 4-light windows with
wooden casements and small-pane upper lights, cornices, date
panel between windows and coat of arms breaking parapet above.
First floor band, eaves band and string below coped parapet.
Chimney on right. Interior: good quality shop fittings survive
from the original period and from the c1924 re-ordering when the
rear parlour was brought into the shop space and the shop side-
wall units were extended rearwards; the counter display cupboard
originally set on right side is now on left side. Fittings
include the 2 original counter cupboards, the longer (front)
range having raked counter display unit and an upper cupboard on
left side with decorative frieze and pediment; third, similar,
range along rear wall. Side wall lined with cupboards and
shelves, the unit on left side with labelled glass-handled
drawers, mirrors, and clock in elaborate decorative surround. The
units are of mahogany and have decorative spandrels, fluted
pilasters, console brackets, broken pediments, and urn finials.
Between front and rear sections of shop is 3-bay screen with
tapering fluted square columns supporting central segmental arch
and flanking round arches; open frieze of burned balusters. Shop
has moulded cornice and boarded ceiling. The building is of
special interest because of the quality and completeness of the
shop fittings and shop front.

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The following building shall be added:
THE GREEN
TQ 18 SE
(east side)
2/104
Nos 22 and 22A
II
GV
Chemist's shop with accommodation over (now separate flat). Dated 1902, shop
re-ordered c1924. Brownish brick with ashlar dressings; Welsh slate roof with
crested ridge tiles. Three storeys, one bay. c1924 shop front set within original
surround. Recessed central door with overlight and tessellated pavement in front,
flanked by bow-cornered windows which have black marble plinths, slender columns
with bulbous bases and capitals, and transoms. Continuous overlight. The door and
overlights have glazing bars forming lozenges. The surround has red marble
pilasters on plinths supporting short paired columns with plain capitals; console
brackets flank fascia and support cornice. Above is 2-storey, canted bay window
having transomed 4-light windows with wooden casements and small-pane upper lights,
cornices, date panel between windows and coat of arms breaking parapet above. First
floor band, eaves band and string below coped parapet. Chimney on right. Interior:
good-quality shop fittings survive from the original period and from the c1924
re-ordering when the rear parlour was brought into the shop space and the shop side-
wall units were extended rearwards; the counter display cupboard originally set on
right side is now on left side. Fittings include the 2 original counter cupboards,
the longer (front) range having raked counter display unit and an upper cupboard on
left side with decorative frieze and pediment; third, similar, range along rear
wall. Side walls lined with cupboards and shelves, the unit on left side with
labelled glass-handled drawers, mirrors,and clock in elaborate decorative surround.
The units are of mahogany and have decorative spandrels, fluted pilasters, console
brackets, broken pediments, and urn finials. Between front and rear sections of
shop is 3-bay screen with tapering fluted square columns supporting central
segmental arch and flanking round arches; open frieze of burned balusters. Shop has
moulded cornice and boarded ceiling. The building is of special interest because of
the quality and completeness of the shop fittings and shop front.


Listing NGR: TQ1770180441

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