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12,13,14, Bank Parade

A Grade II Listed Building in Preston, Lancashire

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Latitude: 53.7535 / 53°45'12"N

Longitude: -2.6963 / 2°41'46"W

OS Eastings: 354185

OS Northings: 428800

OS Grid: SD541288

Mapcode National: GBR TBD.XZ

Mapcode Global: WH85M.KX8B

Plus Code: 9C5VQ833+CF

Entry Name: 12,13,14, Bank Parade

Listing Date: 27 September 1979

Last Amended: 20 December 1991

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1207241

English Heritage Legacy ID: 391899

Location: City Centre, Preston, Lancashire, PR1

County: Lancashire

District: Preston

Town: Preston

Electoral Ward/Division: Town Centre

Built-Up Area: Preston

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire

Church of England Parish: Preston St John and St George the Martyr

Church of England Diocese: Blackburn

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941-1/14/26 (North side)
27/09/79 Nos.12, 13 AND 14
(Formerly Listed as:
Nos.1-14 (Consecutive))


Terrace of 3 town houses. Mid to later C19; altered. Sandstone
ashlar, slate roof. Double-depth plan, each house
single-fronted and with a back extension. Two storeys with
cellars and attics, each house 2 bays; plinth, 1st-floor
sill-band, bracketed cornice with low blocking course; raised
rusticated quoins at left and right ends. Nos.12 and 13 built
as a reflected pair with doorways flanking a shared
through-lobby, No.14 with doorway in 2nd bay. The doorways, up
3 steps, have moulded architraves with cornices on consoles,
recessed doors (panelled at Nos.12 and 14, altered at No.13)
with rectangular overlights (that at No.12 with margin panes);
the lobby doorway between Nos.12 and 13 has a panelled lintel
with a cornice, and an unglazed overlight with ornamental iron
openwork. At ground floor each house has a rectangular bay
window composed of square columns which have capitals with
anthemion enrichment, entablature with plain frieze and
dentilled cornice, panelled aprons to the lights (2 lights at
Nos.12 and 13, 3 lights at No.14), and sashes without glazing
bars (except No.13 which has altered glazing). All windows at
1st floor are sashed without glazing bars and have moulded
architraves with cornices, those above the doors with
consoles. Inserted attic dormers; ridge chimneys, those at
Nos.12 and 13 with bracketed cornices. History: No.13 was the
home of Joseph Livesey, (1794-1884), the pioneer of the
teetotal movement.

Listing NGR: SD5419228806

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