PALMEIRA AVENUE MANSIONS PALMEIRA MANSIONS

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1187549
Date first listed:
04-Feb-1981
Date of most recent amendment:
02-Nov-1992
Statutory Address:
21-31, CHURCH ROAD
Statutory Address:
PALMEIRA AVENUE MANSIONS, 21-23, CHURCH ROAD
Statutory Address:
PALMEIRA MANSIONS, 25-31, CHURCH ROAD

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PALMEIRA MANSIONS
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Location

Statutory Address:
21-31, CHURCH ROAD
Statutory Address:
PALMEIRA AVENUE MANSIONS, 21-23, CHURCH ROAD
Statutory Address:
PALMEIRA MANSIONS, 25-31, CHURCH ROAD

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

District:
The City of Brighton and Hove (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TQ 29424 04665

Details

HOVE

TQ2904NW CHURCH ROAD 579-1/18/30 (North side) 04/02/81 Nos.21-31 (Odd) Palmeira Avenue Mansions (21-23) AND Palmeira Mansions (25-31) (Formerly Listed as: CHURCH ROAD Nos.9-15 AND 25-31 (Odd) Palmeira Mansions) (Formerly Listed as: CHURCH ROAD Nos.17-23 (Odd) Palmeira Avenue Mansions)

GV II

Terrace of dwellings, now flats and offices. 1883-4, mid-late C20 alterations to attic storey. Architect H.J.Lanchester, builder Jabez Reynolds Senior. Italianate style. Stucco over brick, shallow pitch slate roofs. Terrace, the end bay left, No.33 (qv), is listed separately; entrance to No.21 on right return in Palmeira Avenue. 4 storeys plus attic over basement, central 2-tier gable front, 3-window frontage to each unit; end bay right canted, each 3-window unit breaks forward slightly linked by string courses. Sash windows without glazing bars, C20 fenestration to attic storey apart from gable front; some blind boxes surviving. Inserted dormers in attic, central 2-tier gabled centrepiece surmounted by segmental pediment with heraldic achievement in tympanum over round-headed opening, 3 round-headed windows below flanked by aedicules resting on heavy moulded eaves cornice carried on paired shaped brackets with ornamental frieze, camber-headed windows in square-headed openings third floor, second floor square-headed windows each with entablature carried on console brackets, scroll pediment centre, cills resting on shaped brackets. First floor round-headed windows linked by continuous entablature with keystones, pediment to central window, continuous cast-iron balustrade carried on rendered console brackets, rusticated ground floor; Doric porches with rusticated columns, half-glazed doors with ornamental metal grills and fanlights.

Listing NGR: TQ2942404665

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
365508
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

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

End of official listing

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Date: 10 Oct 2005
Reference: IOE01/14749/30
Rights: Copyright IoE Ms Mary Allison. Source Historic England Archive
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