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Latitude: 51.3606 / 51°21'38"N
Longitude: -0.1917 / 0°11'30"W
OS Eastings: 525996
OS Northings: 163944
OS Grid: TQ259639
Mapcode National: GBR CL.4B7
Mapcode Global: VHGRQ.M2J9
Entry Name: 26 and 28, High Street
Listing Date: 1 March 1974
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1183524
English Heritage Legacy ID: 206734
Location: Sutton, London, SM1
Electoral Ward/Division: Sutton Central
Built-Up Area: Sutton
Traditional County: Surrey
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London
Church of England Parish: Sutton St Nicholas
Church of England Diocese: Southwark
Nos 26 and 28
TQ 2563 31/85
TQ 2663 32/85
Building acquired by the London and County Bank in 1901. 4-storey corner building
with 3 fronts including a splayed corner bay. No 26 stuccoed; No 28 red brick.
Slate hipped roof. Cornice and parapet. Upper storeys have segmental headed
windows except the 1st floor which has windows set in round- headed arches.
Listed on account of ground floor only. Stone bank front and doorway on ground
floor designed by [? Frederick] Wheeler; Art Nouveau decoration; segmental-headed
windows with deep battered sills; doorway on corner with rounded edges and above
it an oriel window with delicate carved leaf ornament to the corbelling. From
the base of door and window architraves rise bulbous shapes [onions?] merging
upwards into tapering shafts which rise as high as door and window heads and
above them, traversing an undulating horizontal band until they find their conclusion
in inverted onion forms at the base of the ground floor cornice. Carving of fine
detail. Still in use as a bank front; now occupied by National Westminster Bank.
Listing NGR: TQ2599663944
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