SEFTON COURT MANSIONS

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1063280

Date first listed: 14-Mar-1975

Statutory Address: SEFTON COURT MANSIONS, 50, ULLET ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address: SEFTON COURT MANSIONS, 50, ULLET ROAD

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

District: Liverpool (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SJ 37361 88362

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History

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Details

SJ 3788 LIVERPOOL ULLET ROAD,. (south side)

392- /33/1260 No.50 14/03/75 Sefton Court Mansions

II

House. 1860s. Stucco with hipped slate roof. 3 storeys and basement, 4 x 3 bays. Channelled rustication to basement, ground floor lintel band and 1st floor sill course; top frieze and bracketed cornice. 1st bay of one storey with canted bay window. Ground floor projecting tripartite windows with segmental heads and panelled frieze flank similar bowed window. 1st floor windows have windows with flat pilasters, panelled frieze and cornice and tripartite sashes flank tripartite window; all have balustraded balconies. 2nd floor round-headed windows with gables with foliage panels and finials breaking through cornice. Central window has flanking smaller windows and balcony on brackets and pierced front. Entrance front has varied fenestration, porch with Doric columns and pedimented 1st floor window. HISTORY: Part of the interior was refurbished c1901, for the then owner, the shipping magnate Dashper E. Glynn, by Edmund Rathbone. He commissioned The Bromsgrove Guild to redecorate the drawing and smoking rooms, with four paintings by Henry Payne, together with some woodcarving and repousse metalwork to the drawing room fireplace. Despite later redecoration, much of the Bromsgrove Guilds work is believed to survive. 'Hammer and hand; The Arts and Crafts Movement in Birmingham'. Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, 1984.

Listing NGR: SJ3736188362

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Legacy System number: 359640

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Sources

Books and journals
Hammer and Hand The Arts and Crafts Movement in Birmingham, (1984)

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