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30, 32, 34 Schoolhill, Aberdeen

A Category C Listed Building in Aberdeen, Aberdeen

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Latitude: 57.1481 / 57°8'53"N

Longitude: -2.1003 / 2°6'0"W

OS Eastings: 394032

OS Northings: 806360

OS Grid: NJ940063

Mapcode National: GBR SC4.QF

Mapcode Global: WH9QQ.QL2K

Plus Code: 9C9V4VXX+6V

Entry Name: 30, 32, 34 Schoolhill, Aberdeen

Listing Name: 30-34 (Even Nos) Schoolhill

Listing Date: 9 October 1991

Category: C

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 355790

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB20646

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Aberdeen

County: Aberdeen

Town: Aberdeen

Electoral Ward: George St/Harbour

Traditional County: Aberdeenshire

Tagged with: Architectural structure

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Dated 1896. 3-storey and attic, 3-bay commercial and residential building with prominent central wallhead gable and later shopfronts to ground. Grey stugged granite ashlar with raised cills and finely tooled dressings. Single light openings to slightly advanced central bay flanked by stone mullioned bipartites. Consoled, moulded architraves to 1st floor openings. Shallow pilasters at far left and right, bracketted at shop fascia level. Moulded cornice, shallow parapet and acorn finial caps above eaves level. Shouldered wallhead gable with ornamental balustraded balcony, round-arched opening, keystoned cornice and coped, apex stack. Pair of bipartite, pedimented dormers flanking.

Plate glass glazing to timber sash and case windows. Grey slate; mansard roof; gable end stacks, ashlar skews; clay cans.

INTERIOR: Shops at ground floor retain some simple cornicing (2006).

Statement of Interest

Nos 30-34 Schoolhill is a good local example of later 19th century residential building occupying a prominent position on high ground at Schoolhill. Its Baroque detailing provides a valuable contribution to the streetscape.

Belmont Street was open pasture running alongside the Denburn until the 1770's from which point it was feued for building and construction took place rapidly on the site.

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