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28-31, Chaddock Street

A Grade II Listed Building in Preston, Lancashire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.7551 / 53°45'18"N

Longitude: -2.6983 / 2°41'53"W

OS Eastings: 354053

OS Northings: 428975

OS Grid: SD540289

Mapcode National: GBR TB3.L1

Mapcode Global: WH85M.JW94

Entry Name: 28-31, Chaddock Street

Listing Date: 20 December 1991

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1209684

English Heritage Legacy ID: 391934

Location: 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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Listing Text


PRESTON

SD5428NW CHADDOCK STREET
941-1/14/56 (South West side)
Nos.28-31 (Consecutive)

GV II

Row of 4 small town houses in 2 pairs. c.1830, altered. Red
brick in Flemish bond, with sandstone dressings and slate
roof. Double-depth plan, each house single-fronted, with
coupled back extensions. (No through-lobbies: access to yards
by back-alley from south end). Two storeys over cellars, a
symmetrical 8-window range, with 1st-floor sill-band, plain
frieze and moulded gutter cornice. The doorways, coupled in
the centre of each pair, up 2 steps with nosings, have
round-headed architraves with 3 set-in Tuscan quarter-columns
in each pair, plain lintels, and semicircular fanlights with
convex moulded surrounds, Nos. 28 and 29 with 6-panel doors
(others altered). Each has one window at ground floor and 2
above, all sashed without glazing bars (except No.29 which has
altered glazing), all with raised sills and those at ground
floor with wedge lintels; cellar windows with wedge lintels
and gratings. Chimneys at both ends of the row and a large
linear multiple-flue chimney stack in the centre. Rear and
INTERIORS not inspected. Forms part of an almost complete set
of late Georgian lower-middle class houses in this street.


Listing NGR: SD5405728966

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

Description


PRESTON

SD5428NW CHADDOCK STREET
941-1/14/56 (South West side)
Nos.28-31 (Consecutive)

GV II

Row of 4 small town houses in 2 pairs. c.1830, altered. Red
brick in Flemish bond, with sandstone dressings and slate
roof. Double-depth plan, each house single-fronted, with
coupled back extensions. (No through-lobbies: access to yards
by back-alley from south end). Two storeys over cellars, a
symmetrical 8-window range, with 1st-floor sill-band, plain
frieze and moulded gutter cornice. The doorways, coupled in
the centre of each pair, up 2 steps with nosings, have
round-headed architraves with 3 set-in Tuscan quarter-columns
in each pair, plain lintels, and semicircular fanlights with
convex moulded surrounds, Nos. 28 and 29 with 6-panel doors
(others altered). Each has one window at ground floor and 2
above, all sashed without glazing bars (except No.29 which has
altered glazing), all with raised sills and those at ground
floor with wedge lintels; cellar windows with wedge lintels
and gratings. Chimneys at both ends of the row and a large
linear multiple-flue chimney stack in the centre. Rear and
INTERIORS not inspected. Forms part of an almost complete set
of late Georgian lower-middle class houses in this street.


Listing NGR: SD5405728966

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