ST EDMUNDS ROMAN CATHOLIC MANSE AND ATTACHED CONSERVATORY

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1257349
Date first listed:
26-Mar-1973
Date of most recent amendment:
20-Dec-1996
Statutory Address:
ST EDMUNDS ROMAN CATHOLIC MANSE AND ATTACHED CONSERVATORY, 62, OXFORD ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address:
ST EDMUNDS ROMAN CATHOLIC MANSE AND ATTACHED CONSERVATORY, 62, OXFORD ROAD

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

District:
Sefton (Metropolitan Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SJ 31496 98470

Details

CROSBY

SJ3198SW OXFORD ROAD 778-1/6/111 (East side) 26/03/73 No.62 St Edmunds Roman Catholic Manse and attached conservatory (Formerly Listed as: OXFORD ROAD No.62 St Edmunds Roman Catholic Manse)

II

House, now Roman Catholic manse. Probably late C18 and early to mid C19; altered. Pebble-dashed render with painted stone dressings, with stuccoed wing, slate roofs; glazed conservatory. PLAN: irregular plan formed by double-pile main range parallel to street, under 2-span roof, with projecting wing to right and square 2-storey porch in the angle; various additions to rear; conservatory attached to left end. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys, 1:3:1:2 windows, with a 1st-floor sillband. The porch has a Classical-style pedimented doorway with fluted pilasters, a frieze with triglyphs and metopes, a dentilled segmental pediment, a panelled reveal and recessed panelled door with a glazed top panel; an oculus at 1st floor, and a moulded cornice with blocking course. The main range to the left has a large 2-storey canted bay window at the left end, with Edwardian sashes (glazing bars in the upper leaves only) and a moulded cornice; a keyed oculus and 2 French windows at ground floor with altered glazing, and sashes of 12, 4 and 4 panes at 1st floor. The gable of the wing has blank arcading at ground floor, with 2 wide elliptical arches containing 4-pane sashes alternating with narrow blank arches, 2 similar 4-pane sashes at 1st floor, and an open pedimental gable. All windows (except the oculi) have delicate blind-hoods in the heads. Ridge chimney at the junction, gable chimney to left. The conservatory to the left, 5x4 bays, with a half-hipped roof, has windows with glazing bars, top-hung overlights with stained glass, a doorway in the west end, and roof finials at both ends of the ridge. INTERIOR: not inspected.



Listing NGR: SJ3149698470

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
463968
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: 16 Apr 2003
Reference: IOE01/10630/22
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