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Nos 1 to 23 (odd) and Nos 2 to 28 (even) Victoria Parade

A Grade II Listed Building in Hareholme, Lancashire

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Latitude: 53.6929 / 53°41'34"N

Longitude: -2.2534 / 2°15'12"W

OS Eastings: 383367

OS Northings: 421855

OS Grid: SD833218

Mapcode National: GBR DTPQ.YY

Mapcode Global: WHB8H.CF6T

Plus Code: 9C5VMPVW+5M

Entry Name: Nos 1 to 23 (odd) and Nos 2 to 28 (even) Victoria Parade

Listing Date: 21 July 1993

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1254284

English Heritage Legacy ID: 437725

Location: Hareholme, Rossendale, Lancashire, BB4

County: Lancashire

District: Rossendale

Electoral Ward/Division: Hareholme

Parish: Non Civil Parish

Built-Up Area: Rawtenstall

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire

Church of England Parish: Newchurch St Nicholas with St John

Church of England Diocese: Manchester

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Nos 1 to 23 (odd)
Nos 2 to 28 (even)


A parade of shops with accommodation above, and attached glazed
canopy. Late C19 with C20 alterations and additions.Coursed
squared sandstone with ashlar dressings Welsh slated roof
with crested clay ridges, wide stone stacks with moulded
caps and C20 clay pots. Triangular plan,with two diverging arms
joined at south end and connected by a glazed roof covering
internal courtyard between diverging arms to north.East
elevation of 16 bays. South-west elevation of 12 bays and
probably truncated. Each pair of bays corresponds to one shop
front with door and one dwelling door. East elevation of three
storeys with 8 bays of glazed canopy supported by tapering
cast iron columns with decorative lateral brackets. Shop
fronts, some C20 renewals, with splayed doorways to left and
set back half-glazed doors with raised and fielded lower
panels. Pilasters define shop bays between shop fronts. Coupled
doorways to dwellings above. First floor with wide sash window
to each shop bay and narrow sash above each dwelling door, both
without glazing bars and within ashlar surrounds, heads and
cills being linked by flush bands. Pattern of openings repeated
on second floor. The third bay from the north is an open access
passage to the internal courtyard, with railed double
gates. South west elevation repeats this pattern,but with shop
doors to the right of the shop windows. Faceted end bay where
the two ranges converge, originally 2 large back-to-back
shops, now altered, but with wide shop windows, one(no.2) with
sash-hung window and wide 4-panel door with rectangular
overlight. Inner courtyard retains unrestored shop fronts and
round ended projecting unit with curved glazing barred first
floor window below deep cornice. Added ashlar decorative panel
at south end of complex carries projecting clock with
commemorative metal plaque below.

Listing NGR: SD8336721855

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