HEATON MOUNT MANAGEMENT TRAINING CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1133189

Date first listed: 09-Aug-1983

Statutory Address: HEATON MOUNT, EMM LANE

Statutory Address: MANAGEMENT TRAINING CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD, EMM LANE

Map

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MANAGEMENT TRAINING CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD
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Location

Statutory Address: HEATON MOUNT, EMM LANE

Statutory Address: MANAGEMENT TRAINING CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD, EMM LANE

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

District: Bradford (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SE 14834 35682

Summary

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History

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Details

1. 5111 EMM LANE Heaton BD9

Heaton Mount

(Part of the Management Training Centre,

University of Bradford) SE 1435 22/488

II

2. Designed by a local architect, J T Fairbank for Robert Kell in 1864 and purchased in 1889 by the Ambler family, owners of the Midland Mills. A substantial and self important villa residence with lavish Italianate-Baroque detailing. Finely wrought ashlar masonry. Half H plan on 2-storeys with narrow recessed entrance bay. The wings have full height slightly canted bays with rounded corners. Plinth; full entablature across ground floor and returned to sides; chamfered rusticated quoins to wings; bed mould to frieze and modillion bracket cornice with balustraded parapet, the dies surmounted by carved irons, particularly ornate over comers of wings. Arcaded windows with slender Corinthian pilasters. Projecting from the centre is a Corinthian columned and pilastered porch at the head of a broad flight of steps. Ground floor entablature returned over porch with elaborately carved and crested parapet flanked by carver irons. Similar coupled windows to return elevations with pierced balconies. The south-east front commands a terrace overlooking spacious hillside grounds. Interior considerably altered, but retains staircase with ornately turned banisters.



Listing NGR: SE1483435682

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 336410

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