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No. 91 and Nos. 93a to 93f, BURSCOUGH STREET

A Grade II Listed Building in Ormskirk, Lancashire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.5702 / 53°34'12"N

Longitude: -2.8839 / 2°53'2"W

OS Eastings: 341560

OS Northings: 408542

OS Grid: SD415085

Mapcode National: GBR 8W94.FX

Mapcode Global: WH86H.NJXC

Entry Name: No. 91 and Nos. 93a to 93f, BURSCOUGH STREET

Listing Date: 11 August 1972

Last Amended: 1 March 1993

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1196628

English Heritage Legacy ID: 386371

Location: West Lancashire, Lancashire, L39

County: Lancashire

District: West Lancashire

Electoral Ward/Division: Scott

Parish: Non Civil Parish

Built-Up Area: Ormskirk

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire

Church of England Parish: Ormskirk St Peter and St Paul

Church of England Diocese: Liverpool

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Listing Text

This List entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 19/04/2017


SD 40 NW,
663-1/4/134

ORMSKIRK,
BURSCOUGH STREET (West side),
No. 91 and Nos. 93a to 93f.

(Previously listed as: Nos. 91 and 93)

(Formerly Listed as: BURSCOUGH STREET (West side) No.91)

11/08/72

II

House (former no. 93) with attached chapel (No. 91); now flats
and hairdresser's shop respectively. Early to mid C19,
altered.
Brown brick in Flemish bond, with sandstone dressings and
hipped composition tile roofs on two levels.
The house is double-depth and double-fronted, and the former
chapel is attached to the left side of it.
The house, of three storeys over cellars, has a 3-window
symmetrical facade, with a moulded gutter cornice; a central
round-headed doorway with an open-pedimented surround
including pilasters which have entablatures enriched with
urns, a 6-panel door, and a fanlight with radiating glazing
bars; 4-pane sashed windows at ground floor, 16-pane sashed
windows at 1st floor, and square windows at 2nd floor, that in
the centre a 12-pane sash (8+4 panes) and the others with
altered glazing, all these windows with raised sills and wedge
lintels.
INTERIOR said to be altered.
No. 91 continued to the left (the former chapel), is
single-storeyed, with a gutter cornice like that of the house,
and has a central round-headed doorway which has a moulded
architrave with keystone, and a fanlight with radiating lead
tracery; and two 20-pane sashed windows, that to the right
with a fixed 10-pane portion below the sashes, and both with
raised sills and wedge lintels.
HISTORY: said to have been formerly a school.


Listing NGR: SD4155508541

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

Description

This List entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 19/04/2017


SD 40 NW,
663-1/4/134

ORMSKIRK,
BURSCOUGH STREET (West side),
No. 91 and Nos. 93a to 93f.

(Previously listed as: Nos. 91 and 93)

(Formerly Listed as: BURSCOUGH STREET (West side) No.91)

11/08/72

II

House (former no. 93) with attached chapel (No. 91); now flats
and hairdresser's shop respectively. Early to mid C19,
altered.
Brown brick in Flemish bond, with sandstone dressings and
hipped composition tile roofs on two levels.
The house is double-depth and double-fronted, and the former
chapel is attached to the left side of it.
The house, of three storeys over cellars, has a 3-window
symmetrical facade, with a moulded gutter cornice; a central
round-headed doorway with an open-pedimented surround
including pilasters which have entablatures enriched with
urns, a 6-panel door, and a fanlight with radiating glazing
bars; 4-pane sashed windows at ground floor, 16-pane sashed
windows at 1st floor, and square windows at 2nd floor, that in
the centre a 12-pane sash (8+4 panes) and the others with
altered glazing, all these windows with raised sills and wedge
lintels.
INTERIOR said to be altered.
No. 91 continued to the left (the former chapel), is
single-storeyed, with a gutter cornice like that of the house,
and has a central round-headed doorway which has a moulded
architrave with keystone, and a fanlight with radiating lead
tracery; and two 20-pane sashed windows, that to the right
with a fixed 10-pane portion below the sashes, and both with
raised sills and wedge lintels.
HISTORY: said to have been formerly a school.

Listing NGR: SD4156008542

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