© Mr Duncan Noel-Paton
SCHOOL BUILDINGS NEXT TO CHURCH OF ST MARY MAGDALENE, UPPER NORTH STREET (south side)
BRIGHTON, BRIGHTON AND HOVE, EAST SUSSEX
Mr Duncan Noel-Paton
03 July 2007
19 March 1997
Date of last amendment:
19 March 1997
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TQ3004NW UPPER NORTH STREET
577-1/31/929 (South side)
19/03/97 School buildings next to Church of
St Mary Magdalene
School buildings. c1865. Red brick set in English bond,
dressings of stone and black brick, roof of slate.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys over basement; one-window range to north,
facing into Upper North Street, 3-window range to east.
Segmental-arched entrance in basement of east front with stone
dressings and voussoirs of black and red brick, and canopied
niche over. On the ground floor, 2 windows to Upper North
Street, 3 to east, all flat-arched, of 2 lights and one
transom, the mullions and transoms being of stone on Upper
North Street but of wood on east front, and all with relieving
arches of black and red brick over. Storey band of black
brick. On the first floor, the east front has 3 pairs of
segmental-arched windows with one transom, each pair under a
full dormer; and the front to Upper North Street has one
4-light window with cusped tracery and one transom, and
voussoirs of black and red brick; a band of black brick in the
gable. Staircase wing to south-east under a hipped roof.
The south front is detailed as for the north front but is
stuccoed; single-storey extension to south-west.
INTERIOR: not inspected.