Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1115672

Date first listed: 09-Aug-1983

Statutory Address: 19, CHEAPSIDE


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Statutory Address: 19, CHEAPSIDE

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

District: Bradford (Metropolitan Authority)

Parish: Non Civil Parish

National Grid Reference: SE1641833239


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SE 1633 SW 36/366 5111


(Formerly listed as Nos 19, 21 and 23 (National Westminster Bank))


Corner site with Kirkgate, Milnes and France architects, 1885. Palladian revival with Baroque overtones. Three-storey bank of well detailed ashlar with splayed corner. Ground floor grooved and banded with vermiculation carried over articulating pilasters. Sill course. Recessed round headed windows: 3 to Kirkgate, doorway to corner, 3 windows and doorway to Cheapside. The corner entrance has flanking Doric columns, with vermiculated blocks, set in antis; architrave polished granite and pediment over blind panel; fine ornate wrought iron gate, set in flank of panelled door, contrasts effectively with the formality of the architecture. Cheapside entrance has flanking pilasters with Doric entablature set below semi-circular fanlight. Entablature over ground floor has bracket cornice. The upper floors are articulated by Roman Doric pilasters, their lower parts fluted and rising from panelled pedestals. They are doubled flanking the corner. First floor windows have eared architrave surrounds, bolection friezes and alternating segmental and straight pediments. Each has bowed baluster balconette. Second floor windows in double eared architraves of small nearly square proportion. Main entablature frieze has string carrying consoles to alternate modillions of cornice. Balustered parapet with dies surmounted by pedimental capped chimneys. Important corner site.

Listing NGR: SE1641833239


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Legacy System number: 336258

Legacy System: LBS

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