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MONUMENTAL MASONS YARD, GATEWAY AND BOUNDARY WALL AT TOXTETH PARK CEMETARY

List Entry Summary

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

Name: MONUMENTAL MASONS YARD, GATEWAY AND BOUNDARY WALL AT TOXTETH PARK CEMETARY

List entry Number: 1067419

Location

MONUMENTAL MASONS YARD, GATEWAY AND BOUNDARY WALL AT TOXTETH PARK CEMETARY, 120, SMITHDOWN ROAD

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

County:

District: Liverpool

District Type: Metropolitan Authority

Parish:

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: II

Date first listed: 07-Sep-1999

Date of most recent amendment: Not applicable to this List entry.

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 477111

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Details

SJ38NE LlVERPOOL SMITHDOWN ROAD 392/7/10121 No. 120, Monumental Masons Yard, gateway and boundary wall at Toxteth Park Cemetery GV II

Monumental mason's yard comprising showroom and office, workshops, boundary wall, railing and gates. The yard occupies a polygonal site at the NW corner of the cemetery, and adjoins its boundary wall on the W side. All the buildings are linked. Red brick, with ashlar dressings and Welsh slate roofs. Showroom and office, single storey, polygonal, has hipped roof with gabled ventilators, cast iron cresting and finials. To left, massive external stack with shoulders and coped octagonal flue. Ashlar shopfront with plinth and coping. In the centre, a 5-light cross-mullioned window with the outer lights blocked, the right one forming a door. Left return has a similar 2-light window. Rear facet has a double door with ashlar surround. At the rear, a single storey range, rebuilt late C20, with lean-to concrete tile roof. Workshop, 2 storeys, has hipped roof and external side wall stacks, that to right shouldered and minus the flue, that to left truncated. Central double doors under stone lintel, flanked by segment headed windows, now boarded. Above, 2 segment headed louvre ventilators. To left, a single storey workshop range, C19, L-plan with hipped end. To right, brick front with various boarded openings and tall stack. To left, 5 open bays on wooden posts. In the centre of the yard, a steel crane, early C20, with lattice jib. At the S end of the yard, a workshop, 2 storeys, with hipped roof and remains of cresting and finials. Central door to ground floor, and above, a through-eaves dormer with a small round opening. Rear elevation has a door to right under a stone lintel, flanked to left by a boarded window. Above, a through-eaves dormer with a larger round opening boarded. On either side, a single storey lean-to workshop with blocked and boarded openings. At the SE corner of the site, a single storey workshop with canted ends, with plinth and dentillated eaves. Hipped roof with central ridge stack, truncated. At the S end, one window, and on the E side, 2 windows, all boarded. At the N end, a door and a window. All the openings have stone lintels. N of the workshop, a wrought iron double gate with buttressed brick piers, and a higher section of boundary wall with stepped ashlar coping. Building on the inner side demolished. A lower section of wall continues N to link with the front boundary wall and railing. Fronting smithdown Road, a boundary wall approx. 40m long, with ashlar coping to wall and piers. Original cast-iron railing. Off-centre wrought iron gates, C19, with square brick piers and pyramidal caps. At the Wend, the wall links with the showroom, enclosing the yard. The yard is an important architectural and functional element of the cemetery, providing a wider range of facilities than usual. I





Listing NGR: SJ3736389219

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National Grid Reference: SJ 37363 89219

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