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14-22, Paradise Square

A Grade II* Listed Building in City, Sheffield

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.3841 / 53°23'2"N

Longitude: -1.4701 / 1°28'12"W

OS Eastings: 435341

OS Northings: 387602

OS Grid: SK353876

Mapcode National: GBR 9HJ.BP

Mapcode Global: WHDDP.D65J

Entry Name: 14-22, Paradise Square

Listing Date: 1 May 1952

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1246808

English Heritage Legacy ID: 455889

Location: Sheffield, S1

County: Sheffield

Electoral Ward/Division: City

Built-Up Area: Sheffield

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Sheffield

Church of England Diocese: Sheffield

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Listing Text


SHEFFIELD

SK3587NW PARADISE SQUARE
784-1/19/569 (North side)
01/05/52 Nos.14-22 (Even)

GV II*

Terrace of 5 houses, now offices. c1736, with mid C20
alterations. Built for Nicholas Broadbent. Brick with ashlar
and brick dressings and slate roofs with 5 gable and single
ridge stacks.
EXTERIOR: plinth, coped gables, ramped coped parapets.
3 storeys; central block, 5 window range, flanked by 2 houses,
each 3 window range. Windows have brick flat arches, those to
No.22 rendered.
Slightly projecting central block has first floor band and
dentilled cornice, and raised central block to parapet.
Central French window with engaged columns and dentilled open
pediment, with French window and plain fanlight, fronted by a
wrought-iron balcony. On either side, two 12 pane sashes.
Above, central round-headed window with Gothic tracery,
flanked by 2 top hung casements. Central replica doorcase in
glass fibre, with Doric columns, cornice and panelled door
with overlight. On either side, two 12 pane sashes.
No.16, to right, has partly rebuilt front which has dentilled
brick eaves. Three 12 pane sashes arranged 2:1, and above,
similar fenestration with 9 pane sashes. Below, to left, plain
doorway with panelled door and overlight, flanked to right by
two 12 pane sashes.
No.14, to right again, has partly rebuilt front with moulded
first-floor band and larger dentilled cornice. Three 12 pane
sashes and above, three 9 pane sashes. Below, to right, wooden
doorcase with eared architrave and semi-pediment, with
half-glazed door, flanked to left by two 12 pane sashes.
Right return has to right a 10 pane glazing bar casement and
below, to left, a 2 pane sash in wooden surround and to right,
a blocked doorway with a 3-light window inserted.
No.20, to left of centre, has painted eaves cornice. Three 12
pane sashes and above, two 9 pane sashes and a top hung
casement. Doorcase to right with engaged columns and cornice,
with panelled door and overlight, flanked to left by two 12
pane sashes.
No.22, to left again, has dentilled brick eaves. Three 12 pane
sashes and above, three 9 pane sashes. Thin central wooden
doorcase with pediment and panelled door, flanked by single 12
pane sashes.
INTERIOR not inspected.
(The Buildings of England: Pevsner N: Yorkshire: The West
Riding: London: 1967-: 455).


Listing NGR: SK3534187602

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