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46, Sackville Street

A Grade II Listed Building in City Centre, Manchester

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.4764 / 53°28'35"N

Longitude: -2.2366 / 2°14'11"W

OS Eastings: 384393

OS Northings: 397767

OS Grid: SJ843977

Mapcode National: GBR DLJ.DS

Mapcode Global: WHB9G.MW59

Entry Name: 46, Sackville Street

Listing Date: 6 June 1994

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1247608

English Heritage Legacy ID: 457197

Location: Manchester, M1

County: Manchester

Electoral Ward/Division: City Centre

Built-Up Area: Manchester

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater Manchester

Church of England Parish: Manchester St Ann

Church of England Diocese: Manchester

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Listing Text


MANCHESTER

SJ8497NW SACKVILLE STREET
698-1/32/368 (West side)
No.46

GV II

Shipping warehouse, now upholstery business. c.1860-70. Red
brick in Flemish bond, with sandstone dressings, slate roof.
Rectangular plan on corner site, at right-angles to street.
Eclectic style with Romanesque features. Four storeys over
basement, a 1:3:1-window facade plus chamfered corner to the
right; with plinth, a Lombard frieze dividing the floors 2 and
2, brick pilasters to both levels, sill-bands to all floors,
and wooden eaves cornice on moulded stone brackets. The corner
has a segmental-headed doorway with stilted moulded surround
and panelled divided doors, at 1st floor a stone canted oriel
in Romanesque style, with a round-headed window which has
pilaster jambs with carved caps, moulded head with keystone,
Lombard frieze and steeply-pitched hipped slate roof, and at
2nd floor a pair of small round-headed windows. The main
facade has segmental-headed windows to ground floor,
round-headed to 1st floor, square-headed to 2nd floor and
round-headed to 3rd floor, those in the centre bay mostly
arcaded. Right-hand return has Lombard frieze and pilasters
like those at front, 2 windows to each bay (all either round-
or segmental-headed), and loading bay doorway to 5th bay. Left
side and rear concealed. Included for group value.


Listing NGR: SJ8439397767

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

Description


MANCHESTER

SJ8497NW SACKVILLE STREET
698-1/32/368 (West side)
No.46

GV II

Shipping warehouse, now upholstery business. c.1860-70. Red
brick in Flemish bond, with sandstone dressings, slate roof.
Rectangular plan on corner site, at right-angles to street.
Eclectic style with Romanesque features. Four storeys over
basement, a 1:3:1-window facade plus chamfered corner to the
right; with plinth, a Lombard frieze dividing the floors 2 and
2, brick pilasters to both levels, sill-bands to all floors,
and wooden eaves cornice on moulded stone brackets. The corner
has a segmental-headed doorway with stilted moulded surround
and panelled divided doors, at 1st floor a stone canted oriel
in Romanesque style, with a round-headed window which has
pilaster jambs with carved caps, moulded head with keystone,
Lombard frieze and steeply-pitched hipped slate roof, and at
2nd floor a pair of small round-headed windows. The main
facade has segmental-headed windows to ground floor,
round-headed to 1st floor, square-headed to 2nd floor and
round-headed to 3rd floor, those in the centre bay mostly
arcaded. Right-hand return has Lombard frieze and pilasters
like those at front, 2 windows to each bay (all either round-
or segmental-headed), and loading bay doorway to 5th bay. Left
side and rear concealed. Included for group value.


Listing NGR: SJ8439397767

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