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64 to 94, Cash's Lane

A Grade II Listed Building in Foleshill, Coventry

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.4225 / 52°25'20"N

Longitude: -1.5076 / 1°30'27"W

OS Eastings: 433581

OS Northings: 280610

OS Grid: SP335806

Mapcode National: GBR HFG.TM

Mapcode Global: VHBWY.TCBS

Entry Name: 64 to 94, Cash's Lane

Listing Date: 30 October 1972

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1342923

English Heritage Legacy ID: 218457

Location: Coventry, CV1

County: Coventry

Electoral Ward/Division: Foleshill

Built-Up Area: Coventry

Traditional County: Warwickshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Midlands

Church of England Parish: Foleshill St Paul

Church of England Diocese: Coventry

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Listing Text


1.
5105 CASH'S LANE
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Nos 64 to 94 (even)
SP 38 SW 19/160 30.l0.72

II

2.
1857. Built as part of Cash's Model Factory. A terrace of 2 storey homes with
'topshops', designed to maintain the independence of the individual worker within the factory system. The terrace was originally of 30 units balanced with a gable at either end and 2 in centre. Now 16 units with 2 bargeboarded gables. Brick with tiled roofs, 3 storeys, units separated by buttresses ending in chimneys. Brick bands. Each unit of 2 bays with sashes, 1 blank window on upper floor. Plain doors. The weaving shops have large windows, brick mullions. Individual shops converted to 1 large factory 1861
Descriptive Notes should be amended to read.

2.
1857. Built as part of Cash's Model Factory. Formerly part of a continuous terrace, Nos 52 to 110. Now joined at top floor level only by gallery to Nos 52 to 58. Nos 60, 62 and 100 to 110 (even) destroyed by bombs in 1941. Terrace of 2 storey houses with third storey 'topshops', designed to maintain the independence of the individual worker within the factory system. Brick tiled roof with ornamental barge-boards to two formerly central gables. Shallow, wide buttresses between houses. Pointed arched windows: sashes to lower floors; top floor tall windows with mullions and transoms. Boarded doors under pointed arches. Individual shops converted to one large factory 1862

Nos 52 to 58 (even), 64 to 94 (even) and 112 to 140 (even) Cash's Lane form a group with
251 Kingfield Road.

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CASH'S LANE
1.
5105
Nos 64 to 94 (even)
SP 58 SW 19/160 30.10.72.
II
2.
1857. Built as part of Cash's Model Factory. A terrace of 2 storey homes with
'topshops', designed to maintain the independence of the individual worker within
the factory system. The terrace was originally of 50 units balanced with a gable
at either end and 2 in centre. Now 16 units with 2 bargeboarded gables. Brick
with tiled roofs. 3 storeys, units separated by buttresses ending in chimneys.
Brick bands. Each unit of 2 bays with sashes, 1 blank window on upper floor.
Plain doors. The weaving shops have large windows, brick mullions. Individual
shops converted to 1 large factory 1862.


Listing NGR: SP3358180609

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