OFFICE BLOCK, LOADING BAY AND NORTH MALTHOUSE OF THE FORMER YEOMANS, CHERRY AND CURTIN BREWERY

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1038723

Date first listed: 22-Jun-1979

Statutory Address: OFFICE BLOCK, LOADING BAY AND NORTH MALTHOUSE OF THE FORMER YEOMANS, CHERRY AND CURTIN BREWERY, CLARENCE STREET

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Location

Statutory Address: OFFICE BLOCK, LOADING BAY AND NORTH MALTHOUSE OF THE FORMER YEOMANS, CHERRY AND CURTIN BREWERY, CLARENCE STREET

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Staffordshire

District: East Staffordshire (District Authority)

Parish: Anglesey

National Grid Reference: SK 24154 22527

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History

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Details

CLARENCE STREET 1. 5369 Office block, loading bay and north malthouse of the former Yeomans, Cherry and Curtin Brewery SK 22 SW 6/55

II

2. 1883. Designed by Scamell & Collyer of London. Red brick; 4 and 5 storeys. 3 blocks. On left, the office block has 4 recessed semi-circular headed bays each with a segmental-headed window, that to 3rd storey with keyblock. To right is a gabled loading bay having 2 blocked windows above open bay supported on plain cast iron column at centre. On right-hand side the former North Malting is set at right-angles to the street and fronted by a kiln said to be of unique type being octagonal on plan and originally with a circular interior in which the malt was turned by rotating steam-driven prongs. The former kiln is of 5 storeys and one window to each face. Faces are panelled and windows generally blocked but elsewhere with multi-paned cast iron lights. The kiln has a tall octahedral slate roof surmounted by a metal cowl with vane in the shape of a goat. 4-storeyed, 9 window block extends to rear.

Listing NGR: SK2415422527

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 272953

Legacy System: LBS

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