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Numbers 18, 20 and 22 and Treleaven House

A Grade II Listed Building in Blundellsands, Sefton

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Latitude: 53.4862 / 53°29'10"N

Longitude: -3.0419 / 3°2'30"W

OS Eastings: 330963

OS Northings: 399340

OS Grid: SJ309993

Mapcode National: GBR 7X64.70

Mapcode Global: WH86T.7MRR

Plus Code: 9C5RFXP5+F7

Entry Name: Numbers 18, 20 and 22 and Treleaven House

Listing Date: 20 December 1996

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1257341

English Heritage Legacy ID: 464003

Location: Sefton, L23

County: Sefton

Electoral Ward/Division: Blundellsands

Built-Up Area: Crosby

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Merseyside

Church of England Parish: Blundellsands St Nicholas

Church of England Diocese: Liverpool

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Listing Text


SD39NW WARREN ROAD, Blundellsands
778-1/3/142 (North East side)
Nos.18, 20 AND 22
and Treleaven House


Block of 4 houses set back at junction with Blundellsands
Road. Dated 1867 on monogram plaque of Treleaven House;
slightly altered. Red brick with polychrome bands and
white-painted sandstone dressings, steeply-pitched hipped
slate roofs. Eclectic High Victorian style.
PLAN: double-depth plan on approx. north-west/ south-east axis
facing south-west, Nos 20 and 22 single-fronted, and Treleaven
House forming a crosswing at the left end with a rectangular
tower at its left front corner.
EXTERIOR: 3 storeys plus a 4-storey tower to Treleaven House,
1:1+2+2+3 windows, with polychrome sillbands and impost bands
of blue and yellow brick (most elaborate at 1st floor level),
and a red brick Lombard frieze beneath oversailing eaves.
Treleaven House has a gabled porch in the left side with a
polychrome 2-centred arched tympanum over a shouldered
doorway, and Gothick gable coping with a finial, 4-pane sashes
at ground and 1st floor levels of this side mostly coupled and
mostly with arched polychrome tympani; a tower with coupled
sashes at these levels of this side, those at ground floor
with a rocketed colonnette, but otherwise one-light sashes,
and a steep saddle-back roof swept over the eaves; and in the
west front tripartite sashes to the main floors, those at
ground floor with crocketed colonnettes, those at 1st floor
stepped, and coupled sashes at 2nd floor under a large blank
arch with a carved tympanum and polychrome archband rising
into a dormer with prominently-oversailing and bracketed
hipped roof.
Nos 18-22 to the right have a continuous monopitched pentice
roof protecting doorways and canted bay windows at ground
floor; coupled sashes at 1st floor with crocketed colonnettes
and squared-off triangular tympani; and at 2nd floor 3 pairs
of short sashes breaking the eaves, with coupled
steeply-pitched and prominently-oversailing swept slate roofs
on brackets, and one similar to the right. Corniced ridge
chimneys (that to No.22 cut down). Rear and interior not

Listing NGR: SJ3096399340

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