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© Mr Adam Tegetmeier

IoE Number: 380782
Location: 25-31 VICTORIA STREET (south west side)
Photographer: Mr Adam Tegetmeier
Date Photographed: 16 March 2006
Date listed: 04 March 1977
Date of last amendment: 04 March 1977
Grade II*

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BRISTOLST5972VICTORIA STREET901-1/42/325(South West side)

BRISTOL ST5972 VICTORIA STREET 901-1/42/325 (South West side) 04/03/77 Nos.25-31 (Odd) GV II* Houses, now shops and offices. Mid C17, C18 fenestration. Timber-framed and rendered with a central Pennant and brick stack, and pantile roof. Double-depth plan with gable to street. 4 storeys; 4-window range. 4 gables with a shallow jetty above the first-floor, a pantiled lean-to canopy to the second floor of No.25, and a small cross-gable to the right end; C19 shop fronts with thin pilaster jambs to Nos 27-31, C20 shop front to No.25; first and second floors have canted oriels with 8/8-pane sash windows to Nos 27 & 29 and 10/10-pane sashes to No.25, and paired sashes with 6/6 panes in flush boxes to No.31; third floor has 8/8-pane sashes to Nos 27-31, 3/6 to No.25, a lozenge-shaped window with glazing bars in an infill between the 2 left gables, and barge-boards to the eaves. A large square stone chimney in the centre valley with a brick stack. INTERIOR: No.31 converted to offices c1950, C17 open-well staircase against the party wall with ball finials and pendentives to the newels and turned banisters. No.27, ovolo-moulded beams with cyma stops on first floor, a fine 6-panel door to second-floor front room, which has a C19 cast-iron range set in a stone Tudor-arched fireplace with stopped mouldings and cornice above.

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