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16-22, KING'S ROAD
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Statutory Address:
16-22, KING'S ROAD
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City of Bristol (Unitary Authority)
Non Civil Parish
National Grid Reference:
ST 57126 73134



ST5773SW BOYCE'S AVENUE, Clifton 901-1/8/694 (North side) 19/03/86 Nos.1-6A (Consecutive) Knee Depository (Formerly Listed as: KING'S ROAD, Clifton Knee Brothers Depositories)


Includes: Nos.16-22 KING'S ROAD Clifton. Also known as: Royal Bazaar and Winter Garden BOYCE'S AVENUE Clifton. Terrace of 6 shops and arcade, now depository warehouse. 1878. Designed and built by JW King. Limestone ashlar with red and black brick dressings and a slate hipped multi-roof. Rectangular plan with shops and inner arcade occupying 13x6 bays. Each of 3 storeys; 1-window range. Decorated, polychromatic shop and garage elevations to the S and W elevations, separated by shop front pilasters to incised capitals, with inverted cones to triangular finials, linked by a frieze with incised vine decoration. Pilasters above have moulded capitals to a brick parapet with stone brackets and a coping; second-floor brick band with top and bottom black brick courses. Windows have moulded lintels with incised decoration, and similar mouldings to brackets to small sill balconies with cast-iron rails with small finials; tripartite first-floor and paired second-floor windows. No.1A is set back the depth of one shop front, the arcade is behind, with matching fenestration in the returns, and a glazed roof to the shop in front. The W elevation has 2 shops, a single-storey shop, and garage doors to the left, to ground-floor elevations. INTERIOR not inspected but reported as having a 2-storey shopping arcade with a cast-iron gallery railings, a stone imperial stair at the N end with a landing under a very large rose window, the arcade lit by a continuous central skylight. An uncommon late glazed shopping arcade, little changed from the original scheme. King used similar motifs for the Montpelier Hotel, St Andrews Road. Some of the ornament derives from Owen Jones' 'Grammar of Ornament'. Acquired by Knee Bros 1912, who pioneered 'container haulage' by road and rail from 1844. (Gomme A, Jenner M and Little B: Bristol, An Architectural History: Bristol: 1979-: 377).

Listing NGR: ST5712673134


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Gomme, A H, Jenner, M, Little, B D G, Bristol, An Architectural History, (1979), 377


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

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Date: 22 May 2007
Reference: IOE01/16565/12
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Michael Perry. Source Historic England Archive
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