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IoE Number: 479906
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Date listed: 14 April 2000
Date of last amendment: 14 April 2000
Grade II

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NUNEATON SP39SE NEWDEGATE STREET 1727/2/10024 39 14-APR-00 II Bank. 1911, by James & Lister Lea of Birmingham for Lloyds Bank, with late C20 alterations. Baroque Revival style. Ashlar frontage, red facing brick and ashlar dressings, with Welsh slate roof and coped side wall stacks. Moulded ground floor and modillion eaves cornices, coped parapet. The side bays project slightly and on the upper floors are defined by pilasters under round arched gables. 3 storeys, 5 windows, arranged 1:3:1. Rusticated ground floor has 3 reglazed round arched windows with keystones. The side bays have heavily rusticated piers and round arched hoods with scroll keystones, set in front of panels with swags. The left bay contains panelled double doors with traceried fanlight, the right a window. Above, in the side bays, single windows with raised surrounds and elongated keystones. In the centre, a window flanked by rusticated pilasters, with an eared surround and scroll keystone under a segmental pediment. On either side, a window with a similar surround and elongated keystones. All these windows are 8/12 glazing bar sashes. Above again, 3 windows with bracketed sills, flanked by single windows with rusticated surrounds and triple keystones beneath enriched panels with blank cartouches. INTERIOR: Banking hall has heavily enriched coffered plaster ceiling. At the rear, full height stone staircase with stick balusters and square newels with octagonal tops and caps. On the first floor, 2 rooms with cornices, one with original wooden fire surround and overmantel. On the upper floors, a similar fireplace, and a leaded skylight.

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