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Statutory Address:

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

City of Bristol (Unitary Authority)
Non Civil Parish
National Grid Reference:
ST 58776 73111



ST5873SE BROAD STREET, Centre 901-1/11/523 (South West side) 04/03/77 Nos.22-26 (Consecutive) (Formerly Listed as: BROAD STREET (South side) Nos.22, 23, 25 AND 26)


Terrace of 4 houses, now offices and restaurant. c1770, late C19 and mid C20 shop fronts. Brick with limestone dressings, limestone ashlar ground floor to Nos 23 & 25, granite dressings to No.26, party wall stacks, roof not visible. Double-depth plan, No.24 to the rear of No.32. Each of 3 storeys attic and basement; 2-window range, No.23 of 1 window. Articulated by pilasters above the ground floor to a cornice set forward over the pilasters, first-floor flush sill band, and a parapet, stepped up to No.23. Varied ground floors: No.23 has a C19 shop front with pilasters to paired consoles and a cornice, C20 windows with glazing bars and right-hand door, and a C18 semicircular-arched doorway to the right with batswing fanlight and 6-panel door. Nos 23 & 25 have C20 ashlar ground floor with right-hand semicircular-arched doorways, that to the right open and leading to an alleyway to No.24, No.23 to a plate-glass door. Cambered heads to 5 stepped voussoirs, 6/6-pane sashes, horned to Nos 23 & 25, which have 3/6-pane second-floor sashes; wide C20 dormer across Nos 23 & 25. No.26 is painted with a good late C19 shop front in 3 sections with granite square columns and banded antae to a fascia with cornice of palmettes, segmental-arched central section and right-hand doorway. Semicircular-arched alleyway with a studded C17 door to No.26. INTERIOR: Nos 22-25 interconnected into one office: left-hand central lateral dogleg stairs, C20 on the ground-floor of No.25, with uncut string, stick balusters and column newels, ramped rails; Adam-style first-floor front fire surrounds with pastoral scenes and rocaille with cast-iron hob grates; to the rear in No.24 is a good early C17 stone Tudor-arched fire surround with a cornice, shield and paterae. No.26 has a central lateral dogleg stair as the others with flying landings above a central light well. (Gomme A: Street Index of Buildings of Architectural or Historic Interest: 9; Winstone R: Bristol As It Was: Bristol: 1874 PLATE 19).

Listing NGR: ST5877673111


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Books and journals
Gomme, A, Street Index of Buildings of Architectural or Historic Interest9
Winstone, R, Bristol As It Was 1879-1874, (1965)


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: 23 May 2006
Reference: IOE01/15522/20
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