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Latitude: 51.4458 / 51°26'44"N
Longitude: -2.6094 / 2°36'33"W
OS Eastings: 357743
OS Northings: 172046
OS Grid: ST577720
Mapcode National: GBR C4N.VK
Mapcode Global: VH88M.QXCH
Entry Name: Strand Buildings and Attached Front Garden Walls and Piers wolseley House
Listing Date: 4 March 1977
Last Amended: 30 December 1994
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1202161
English Heritage Legacy ID: 379404
Location: Bristol, BS3
County: City of Bristol
Electoral Ward/Division: Southville
Built-Up Area: Bristol
Traditional County: Somerset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Bristol
Church of England Parish: Bedminster
Church of England Diocese: Bristol
ST5772 CORONATION ROAD, Southville
901-1/41/1824 (South side)
04/03/77 Nos.156-170 (Consecutive)
Strand Buildings and attached front
garden walls and piers
(Formerly Listed as:
Includes: Wolseley House CORONATION ROAD.
Terrace of 15 houses. 1822. Black render over brick with
limestone dressings, brick party wall stacks and pantile
valley roofs, mansards on Nos 166-170. Late Georgian style.
Each of 3 storeys and basement; 1-window range.
Attic storey on No.156, dormers on Nos 166-170. Pilaster
strips to the party walls, first-floor plat and sill bands,
deep cornice and parapet. Left-hand doorcases have open
pediments on attached columns with pedestals and fanlights;
No.170 is set back on the right with a 2-storey entrance
block, and No.156 has a side entrance porch of rusticated
ashlar and a Doric doorcase, and a late C19 brick 2-storey
canted bay to the front. 7 stepped voussoirs with dropped keys
to 8/8-pane sashes with fine bars. Nos 166 & 167 have
first-floor balconies and French windows.
INTERIOR: dogleg stairs from entrance halls, semicircular rear
stair windows to the half-landings; flat, moulded cornices and
ceiling roses in front and back ground-floor rooms, and
SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: some attached front garden walls with
Pennant saddleback copings and octagonal piers.
The first terrace built after the opening of the New Cut, and
illustrated on Ashmead's 1828 Map of Bristol.
(Bristol As It Was: Bristol's Suburbs Long Ago: Bristol: 443).
Listing NGR: ST5774372046
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