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Listed Building

The legal part of the listing is the address/name of site only. All other information in the record is not statutory.

31 MEADOWSIDE OR ALBERT SQUARELB25323

Status: Designated

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Summary

Information

  • Category: B
  • Date Added: 30/03/1995

Location

  • Local Authority: Dundee
  • Planning Authority: Dundee
  • Burgh: Dundee

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NO 40318 30492
  • Coordinates: 340318, 730492

Description

Alfred and Paul Waterhouse, 1895-8. 3-storey and attic former Prudential Assurance building. Red brick, red ashlar dressings

and bandings, polished granite base course, plain red tile roof

with decorative terracotta ridge tiles. Tall ground floor with Ionic

pilastered outer bays supporting corniced frieze, cartouche panels flanked by palm leaves between lintel course at 1st and cill

course at 2nd floor, corbelled main cornice at 2nd floor; single

and bipartite windows to 1st and 2nd floors with 2-pane timber

sash and case frames, bipartites flanked by pilaster strips rising

through both floors to cornice; 2 gabled dormers to outer bays

with birdcage finials, large round-headed windows with finialled

pilasters, small gabled dormer to centre linked to outer gables by

coped arcaded parapet. Ashlar-coped return gables with cut-down stacks. Cast-iron rainwater goods, rectangular-section to front with 'PAC' inscribed hoppers.

FRONT ELEVATION tripartite window to ground floor centre with consoled fascia and 4 mezzanine windows above, round-headed pend entrance to outer bay at right, door to outer bay at left with tripartite round-headed window above; bipartite window flanked by singles at 1st and 2nd floor centre, bipartites to advanced outer bays; 3 dormers.

RIGHT RETURN AND REAR ELEVATIONS: single and paired windows.

INTERIOR: glazed tiles to ground floor public areas.

Statement of Special Interest

The cartouches are inscribed from left to right MDCCCXLVII, PAC, MDCCCXCVI.

References

Bibliography

Colin Cunningham and Prudence Waterhouse, ALFRED WATERHOUSE 1830-1905 (1992), pp116, 269; McKean and Walker (1993), p47.

About Designations

Listed Buildings

Historic Environment Scotland is responsible for the designation of buildings, monuments, gardens and designed landscapes and historic battlefields. We also advise Scottish Ministers on the designation of historic marine protected areas.

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