NOS 1-6 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
I
List Entry Number:
1204829
Date first listed:
24-Mar-1950
Statutory Address:
NOS 1-6 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS, 1-6, BRUNSWICK TERRACE

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Location

Statutory Address:
NOS 1-6 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS, 1-6, BRUNSWICK TERRACE

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 29915 04232

Details

HOVE

TQ2904SE BRUNSWICK TERRACE 579-1/23/22 (North side) 24/03/50 Nos.1-6 (Consecutive) and attached railings

GV I

Terrace, now subdivided into flats. 1824-8, alterations to attic storey mid-late C20. Architects Amon Wilds and C.A.Busby. Stucco over brick, roofs of slate. Plan: terrace of 6 units abutting block of flats to east. 3 storeys over basement plus attic, with additional storey in centre 6 bays, 3:3:6:3:3 bays, mainly sash windows without glazing bars, some French casement windows, full-height bow fronts to penultimate 3 bays east and west, other bays distinguished by use of giant Ionic order, (pilasters frame the outer bays but the centre is all columns), moulded entablature and minimal pediment over central 2 bays, rusticated ground floor except to central 6 bays. Segmental-headed openings to attic storey windows centre and outer bays, moulded cornice, minimal pediments to penultimate curved bays with lugged window surrounds, arched-head openings on second floor with balustrades to these bays, renewed in wood, heavy moulded cornice carried on trelliswork pilasters right with cast-iron balustrade, renewed wooden pilasters and balustrade left, remains of original cast-iron balustrades also in seventh to tenth bays right. Ground floor central pair of entrances flanked by plinths to columns on floor above, incised decoration, large segmental-headed window openings occupying 2 bays each, similar plinths beyond, 3 bays right with original disengaged Doric columns carrying entablature, 3 bays to left of centre built-out with late C19-early C20 glazed infil in classical style, entrances in fourth bays from end, outer bays with arch-head windows, entrance to No.1 third bay right, to No.6 on left return; original 2 x 6 panel door to No.1 otherwise late C19-early C20 half-glazed and panelled doors. Entrances approached by shallow flights of steps, some tessellated pavements. Left return of 8 bays. Cast-iron railings returned from entrances along street frontage with gates to areas. (National Monuments Record: Photograph).

Listing NGR: TQ2993104231

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
365500
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: 01 Aug 2004
Reference: IOE01/12746/11
Rights: Copyright IoE Miss Esther Harbour. Source Historic England Archive
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