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© Mrs Pamela Weston

IoE Number: 402545
Location: THE SETTLING ROOMS, CATTLE STREET
  MARKET HARBOROUGH, HARBOROUGH, LEICESTERSHIRE
Photographer: Mrs Pamela Weston
Date Photographed: 01 September 2002
Date listed: 18 December 1992
Date of last amendment: 18 December 1992
Grade II

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MARKET HARBOROUGHCATTLE MARKETSP 73 87The Settling Rooms2/10000II

MARKET HARBOROUGH CATTLE MARKET SP 73 87 The Settling Rooms 2/10000 II Market building incorporating clock tower, dated 1902, by Coales and Johnson (C & J were architects of Market Harborough listed buildings Hill House (109-113) Lubenham Hill and Robert Smythe School in Burnmill Road) with stone work by Wlliam Allsop. Red brick with limestone free-style dressings and detailing, clay tile roof, stone copings to gable parapets. Double-pile two-storeyed building to left with gable end stack to front range having stone dated in relief 'AD 1902' at base of shafts. Ground floor with 2 tripartite stone mullioned windows with central section having arched transom; first floor with moulded string at cill level, 3 stone mullioned windows of 2, 3 and 3 lights, windows 1 and 3 with classical moulded stone lintels forming the eaves, window 2 has a taller central light extending into central gable pediment. Clock tower to right of 4 stages; stages 1 to 3 of brick, stage 4 of Limestone ashlar. Polygonal clasping angles to stages 2 to 4. Ground stage with lugged stone surround to arched doorway inscribed 'SETTLEMENT ROOMS' in relief above. Stone string course between ground and second stage having waterleaf decoration at angles; second stage with large stone achievement of Earls of Harborough; third stage with tall 2-light mullioned window. Fourth stage with all four sides alike, ashlar with clock face under segmental cornice and having stone strapwork surround, white opaque glass face with copper numerals; stone pineapples to clasping angles; ogee roof of copper surmounted by wind vane with spiked ball finial.

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