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Spital Hill Works

A Grade II Listed Building in Burngreave, Sheffield

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.3898 / 53°23'23"N

Longitude: -1.4603 / 1°27'36"W

OS Eastings: 435992

OS Northings: 388239

OS Grid: SK359882

Mapcode National: GBR 9KG.GN

Mapcode Global: WHDDP.J2V5

Entry Name: Spital Hill Works

Listing Date: 12 December 1995

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1247396

English Heritage Legacy ID: 456853

Location: Sheffield, S4

County: Sheffield

Electoral Ward/Division: Burngreave

Built-Up Area: Sheffield

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Pitsmoor Christ Church

Church of England Diocese: Sheffield

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Listing Text


SHEFFIELD

SK38NE SPITAL HILL
784-1/6/670 (North West side)
Spital Hill Works

II

Edge tool and silver works, now workshops, offices and shops.
c1870, and c1890, restored and altered late C20. For John
Sorby, edge tool manufacturer. Red brick with ashlar
dressings, some of them painted, with hipped, gabled and
mansard slate roofs.
EXTERIOR: 3 storeys; 17 x 15 windows. 2 parallel workshop
ranges flanking a courtyard, linked by front range with cart
access.
Front range has 2 ridge stacks. To left a slightly projecting
hipped entrance bay with angle pilasters and first floor band.
Central tilting casement with pediment and dummy balustrade,
flanked to left by a plain sash. Above, a round-arched plain
sash with keystone, flanked by single square windows. All
these windows have projecting surrounds. Below, to right, a
cart entrance with moulded surround and scroll pediment, and
double board doors. To left, a doorway with heavily rusticated
surround and keystone, under segmental pediment.
To right, a range with 10 tilting casements, and above, 7
larger plain sashes with ornamented keystones. To right again,
a projecting bay with hipped mansard roof and side wall stack.
Central tilting casement with projecting surround, multiple
keystone and segmental pediment, flanked by single smaller
casements. Above, central larger plain sash with eared
architrave, flanked by smaller sashes, all with keystones. To
right again, a lean-to single bay with a round window with
keystone and above, a small sash. Ground floor has a
continuous run of late C20 shopfronts with fascias.
Left return, 8 bays, has 7 truncated external stacks. On the
first floor, 7 semicircular openings with cast-iron lattice
grilles, and to right, a similar blank opening flanked by
single narrow casements. Other floors have late C20 windows.
Parallel rear range has continuous first floor windows.
INTERIOR not inspected.
During the C20, the works was operated by the Lockwood family,
and silverware was made there.
(Recc. from Sheffield Trades Historical Society; Researches by
G Hague, Sheffield City Council.).


Listing NGR: SK3599288239

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

Description


SHEFFIELD

SK38NE SPITAL HILL
784-1/6/670 (North West side)
Spital Hill Works

II

Edge tool and silver works, now workshops, offices and shops.
c1870, and c1890, restored and altered late C20. For John
Sorby, edge tool manufacturer. Red brick with ashlar
dressings, some of them painted, with hipped, gabled and
mansard slate roofs.
EXTERIOR: 3 storeys; 17 x 15 windows. 2 parallel workshop
ranges flanking a courtyard, linked by front range with cart
access.
Front range has 2 ridge stacks. To left a slightly projecting
hipped entrance bay with angle pilasters and first floor band.
Central tilting casement with pediment and dummy balustrade,
flanked to left by a plain sash. Above, a round-arched plain
sash with keystone, flanked by single square windows. All
these windows have projecting surrounds. Below, to right, a
cart entrance with moulded surround and scroll pediment, and
double board doors. To left, a doorway with heavily rusticated
surround and keystone, under segmental pediment.
To right, a range with 10 tilting casements, and above, 7
larger plain sashes with ornamented keystones. To right again,
a projecting bay with hipped mansard roof and side wall stack.
Central tilting casement with projecting surround, multiple
keystone and segmental pediment, flanked by single smaller
casements. Above, central larger plain sash with eared
architrave, flanked by smaller sashes, all with keystones. To
right again, a lean-to single bay with a round window with
keystone and above, a small sash. Ground floor has a
continuous run of late C20 shopfronts with fascias.
Left return, 8 bays, has 7 truncated external stacks. On the
first floor, 7 semicircular openings with cast-iron lattice
grilles, and to right, a similar blank opening flanked by
single narrow casements. Other floors have late C20 windows.
Parallel rear range has continuous first floor windows.
INTERIOR not inspected.
During the C20, the works was operated by the Lockwood family,
and silverware was made there.
(Recc. from Sheffield Trades Historical Society; Researches by
G Hague, Sheffield City Council.).


Listing NGR: SK3599288239

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