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City of Nottingham (Unitary Authority)
Non Civil Parish
National Grid Reference:
SK 57773 39706



SK5739NE PLUMPTRE STREET 646-1/21/503 (South side) Nos.10 AND 12


Lace warehouse, now workshops. Dated 1861. By TC Hine of Nottingham for E Steegman. Additions 1880 and 1911. Red brick, with ashlar ground floor, ashlar, blue brick and yellow brick dressings and slate roof. Italianate style. EXTERIOR: plinth, ground floor cornice, second floor sill band, eaves cornice. Windows are original cast-iron glazing bar casements to the ground floor, and original plain sashes above. 3 storeys plus attics; 5 bays. Symmetrical front with projecting centre and end bays. Centre bay has a moulded round-arched cart entrance with wrought-iron gates, flanked by roundels with date and monogram ES. Above, a Venetian window, and above again, a flat-headed 3-light window. Attic has a dormer with round-arched window and segmental pediment, flanked by sidelights and panelled pedestals. Side bays have 3 windows on each floor, with round heads to first floor and segmental heads to ground and second floors. Attic has 3 round-arched windows set in the parapet. Right end bay has a round-arched moulded doorway with traceried spandrels and 4-panel door. Above, a Venetian window, and above again, a 3-light window. Attic has a shaped coped gable with a Venetian window, and above it, a blank roundel. Left end bay has similar fenestration, with a ground floor loading door, with sidelights and fanlight. INTERIOR: ground floor has conventional construction with round cast-iron columns and wooden cross beams. (Get to know Nottingham: Brand K: Thomas Chambers Hine ; an architect of Victorian Nottingham: Nottingham: 12; Nottingham Industrial Archaeological Society Journal: Oldfield G: Nottingham: 1983-: 3-7).

Listing NGR: SK5777339706


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Books and journals
'Nottingham Industrial Archaeology Society Journal' in Nottingham Industrial Archaeology Society Journal, (1983), 3-7
Brand, K, 'Get To Know Nottingham' in Thomas Chambers Hine An Architect of Victorian Nottingham, (), 12


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: 05 Apr 2006
Reference: IOE01/15252/12
Rights: Copyright IoE Dr Eric Ritchie. Source Historic England Archive
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