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IoE Number: 471245
Location: BRANDRAMS WHARF, 127, 129 AND 131 ROTHERHITHE STREET (north side)
Photographer: Mr David March
Date Photographed: 20 May 2001
Date listed: 01 July 1983
Date of last amendment: 01 July 1983
Grade II

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SOUTHWARK TQ3579 ROTHERHITHE STREET 636-1/6/651 (North side) 01/07/83 Nos.127, 129 AND 131 Brandram's Wharf GV II Warehouse, now restored and converted into flats. c1870-80, C20 rebuild to west, late C20 new internal structure set back from street elevation which now acts as a screen. MATERIALS: stock brick with red brick dressings, recent extensions to roof behind parapet. EXTERIOR: 4 storeys, 8 bays. Street and river fronts have channelled red brick quoin pilasters and windows and hatches contained in full height round-arched recesses with keystones. River front: pair of stone fluted console stops terminating the entablature above eastern pilaster strip which does not appear on the presumed later doubling to the west. Round-headed arches to 3rd-floor windows, those on lower floors to eastern half with segmental arches and keystones; hatches (now balconies) and other windows with concrete lintels. Rendered frieze (now pierced with small windows) above 3rd floor, brick dentil cornice and parapet with coping above. Street front: similar treatment of windows and hatches, many now with concrete lintels. Ground-floor wider openings with white and grey brick bull-nosed reveals. Continuous gauged red-brick archivolt and impost band to 3rd-floor arches, red-brick dentil cornice with parapet above. East return blank. West return much altered late C20. INTERIOR: not inspected.

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