© Ms Ruth Povey
30 COLLEGE GREEN (north east side)
BRISTOL, BRISTOL, BRISTOL
Ms Ruth Povey
30 June 2001
08 January 1959
Date of last amendment:
08 January 1959
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ST5872NW COLLEGE GREEN
901-1/15/57 (North East side)
House, now shop and office. c1730. Possibly by James Paty the
elder; ground floor 1865-6 by Foster and Wood. Limestone
ashlar, red sandstone ashlar and granite, brick gable stacks
and a slate roof. Mid Georgian style with Venetian Gothic
Revival-style ground floor. Double-depth plan. 3 storeys;
5-window range. Ground-floor arcade of 5 semicircular arches
with moulded hoods, the left-hand one to a through passage set
apart, with granite piers and carved marble capitals to the
inner windows, sandstone piers to the ends with moulded
capitals, with inscribed foliate decoration with black mortar;
across the top is a carved limestone band of acanthus leaves.
The upper floors have outer pilasters strips, the middle 3
windows broken forward with pilasters, to a band and string,
modillion cornice and parapet. Plate-glass ground-floor
windows, small 5 stepped voussoirs to first-floor sashes, 3/6
to second floor. The left-hand arch to an open carriage
passage with corbels to C19 roof; a good 6-panel side door to
the upper floors has back cross-boarding. INTERIOR: ground
floor with cast-iron stanchions to roof and moulded corbels.
First-floor has a left-hand open-well stair with an uncut
string, stick balusters, column newels and a ramped rail.