8 AND 9, BEACH LAWN

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1257687
Date first listed:
16-Aug-1972
Date of most recent amendment:
20-Dec-1996
Statutory Address:
8 AND 9, BEACH LAWN

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Location

Statutory Address:
8 AND 9, BEACH LAWN

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

District:
Sefton (Metropolitan Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SJ 31402 98287

Details

CROSBY

SJ3198SW BEACH LAWN 778-1/6/11 (North East side) 16/08/72 Nos.8 AND 9 (Formerly Listed as: BEACH LAWN Nos.1-15 (Consecutive))

GV II

Pair of large terraced houses with attached verandah, forming part of row of 15 in interestingly varied but harmonious style. Mid to later C19; altered. White-painted stucco, slate roofs, stuccoed chimneys; cast-iron verandah. Italianate style. Double-depth plan, No.8 single-fronted and No.9 double-fronted, with back extensions. EXTERIOR: two-and-a-half storeys, 1:2+2 windows, a strongly articulated 3-bay composition in which the centre and left bays successively break forwards and the right and left have open-pedimental gables; with a 1st-floor string course and bracketed eaves and gables. Square-headed doorways, to the right at No.8 and in the centre at No.9, both with pilasters and overlights but that at No.9 wider with side windows. The gabled left portion of each has a large pilastered canted bay window, above which No.8 has a tripartite window with raised architrave including central pediment on consoles and No.9 has canted upper stage with prominent cornice; and at attic level a segmental-headed window with keyed shouldered architrave. Right of the doorway No.9 has a tripartite window; above, No.8 has a window with shaped and shouldered architrave and No.9 has 2 windows with dentilled cornices on consoles, that to the right with divided half-glazed doors to the balcony; and a pair of segmental-pedimented dormers. Tall corniced multiple-flue chimneys to the left of each. Carried round the whole is an attractive cast-iron verandah with geometric open-work standards with slender foliated brackets to a pierced frieze, the portion to the centre bay carrying a balcony with very delicate wrought-iron railings and the rest glazed. INTERIORS: not inspected. Adjoins Nos 3-7 (consec) to the right (qv) and No.10 to the left (qv). All the listed buildings in Beach Lawn, together with those in Adelaide Terrace, Bath Street, Marine Crescent and Marine Terrace, form a group in the Waterloo Conservation Area of Crosby.

Listing NGR: SJ3140298287

Legacy

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

Legacy System number:
463541
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: 26 Sep 2001
Reference: IOE01/00067/23
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Mike Pollitt. Source Historic England Archive
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