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21 AND 21A, SYCAMORE ROAD B30, 17, 17A, 19, 19A, SYCAMORE ROAD B30

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: 21 AND 21A, SYCAMORE ROAD B30, 17, 17A, 19, 19A, SYCAMORE ROAD B30

List entry Number: 1076127

Location

17, 17A, 19, 19A, SYCAMORE ROAD B30
21 AND 21A, SYCAMORE ROAD B30

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

County:

District: Birmingham

District Type: Metropolitan Authority

Parish:

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: II

Date first listed: 08-Jul-1982

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

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 217666

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Details

SYCAMORE ROAD 1. 5104 Bournville B30 Nos 17, 17A, 19, 19A, 21 and 21A SF 0481 SE 56/7 II 2. Early C20. Brick; tiled roof. Two blocks made to read as a single symmetrical composition. Basement plus 2 storeys; each block of 6 bays, the left-hand block with the second, the right hand block with tins fifth bay advanced and gabled. At ground floor level, the entrance to No 17 beneath a simple hood, a central 3-pane and two 2-pane windows in the advanced bay, a tripartite window with shallow relieving arch above, then the entrances to Nos 17A and 19 each with a simple hood and flanking side window and then another tripartite window with shallow relieving arch. First floor with, in the advanced bay, an arrangement similar to that below except that the windows are shorter, and then, all tucked under the eaves, a tripartite window, two 2-light windows and another tripartite window. Access to the ground floor from the pavement is by brick bridges with railings with urn finials across wide and deep areas where the pattern of festration is broadly similar to that on the upper floors and there are subsidiary doors reached from the pavement down steps. The window all rectangular wooden casements. Nos 19A, 21 and 21A is a similar block. The 2 blocks are linked by a wall with 2 arched openings giving access to the rear of the blocks. Access to these arched openings is by a cobbled ramp down from the pavement.



Listing NGR: SP0458281378

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National Grid Reference: SP 04582 81378

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