ROYAL ARCADE CROWN BUILDINGS

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1133998

Date first listed: 22-Jan-1991

Statutory Address: 1, 3 AND 9, FLEECE STREET

Statutory Address: 67-81, LOW STREET

Statutory Address: ROYAL ARCADE CROWN BUILDINGS, LOW STREET

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: 1, 3 AND 9, FLEECE STREET

Statutory Address: 67-81, LOW STREET

Statutory Address: ROYAL ARCADE CROWN BUILDINGS, LOW STREET

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

District: Bradford (Metropolitan Authority)

Parish: Keighley

National Grid Reference: SE 06292 41119

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Details

KEIGHLEY LOW STREET SE 0641 SW (North Side) 27/313 Nos 67 to 81 (odd) and Royal Arcade: Crown Buildings

II

Shops and shopping arcade with offices over. 1899 built for Turner and Fowlds incorporating early C19 building. Ashlar with ashlar dressings and slate roofs with 10 stone stacks . 3 storey. Moulded bands, pilasters between bays with ornately carved capitals, moulded eaves and parapet topped by ball finials. South, Low Street front. 7 bays, with 3 bay earlier building to left. 6 shops with to the left an arcade arch, then 2 further shops. Above central 2 storey curved bay window with 3 sashes, beyond to right a single further sash, all in shouldered surrounds. Beyond to left over arcade a round arch with keystone, and panel inscribed ROYAL ARCADE. Upper floor has similar fenestration pattern, with 3 windows over arcade entrance, all with bracketted flat hoods. Parapet inscribed CROWN BUILDINGS. Central bay topped by a gabled dormer with broken segmental pediment. Beyond to left a lower early C19 building with a double and a single sash and above 3 casements. Topped by a stone slate hipped roof. Corner to south-east has recessed entrance with door and overlight, above a projecting canted bay window with 3 sashes to each floor. Topped by an octagonal cupola with missing dome. East, Fleece Street front. 8 bays, with from the right a flat headed carriage entrance, then a shop front and a recessed entrance to offices, then 2 further shop. fronts and an arcade entrance, with beyond a pair of shop fronts. Above the arcade entrance has a round arch with keystone, and panel inscribed 'ROYAL ARCADE'. To the right 4 bays, the centre 2 with 3 windows and the outer 2 with 2 windows. To the left 3 bays, the first with 3 windows, the second with one window, and the third with 2 windows. All in shouldered surrounds. Upper floor has similar fenestration pattern, with 3 windows over the arcade arch, all with bracketted flat hoods. Windows are plain sashes throughout. 2 storey L-plan shopping arcade, with east arm now blocked. Most internal shop fronts survive, with balcony to east, and glazed roof. This building also includes Nos 1, 3 and 9 Fleece Street.

Listing NGR: SE0629241119

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 338419

Legacy System: LBS

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