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110 ST STEPHEN STREETLB30173

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Group Category Details
100000019 - see notes
Date Added
12/12/1974
Supplementary Information Updated
26/03/1998
Local Authority
Edinburgh
Planning Authority
Edinburgh
Burgh
Edinburgh
NGR
NT 24856 74595
Coordinates
324856, 674595

Description

Circa 1875. 3-storey, basement and attic, 5-bay L-plan former stationery factory, converted as flats. Squared and snecked sandstone, with ashlar dressings and long and short quoins, harled sides and rear. Base course to NW elevation; raised margins to NW elevation openings; round-arched openings at principal floor of NW elevation, with keystones supporting band course between principal and 1st floors; projecting cills to SW elevation; cornice.

NW (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: doorpiece in penultimate bay to right at principal floor, comprising 2-leaf 4-panel timber door with plate glass semicircular fanlight; 4-pane windows in remaining bays at principal floor, infilled top pane to window in 3rd bay from left; regular fenestration to floors above.

NE ELEVATION: not seen, 1997.

SW ELEVATION: 7-bay elevation, with 2-bay NW return. Blank in bay to outer left, and penultimate bay from outer left, at principal floor; regular fenestration in remaining bays at principal floor and to floors above.

Predominantly 12-pane timber sash and case windows. Graded grey slate roof. Slate hung box dormer centred at principal elevation; vertically boarded timber gabled dormer at NW return of SW elevation. Cast-iron rainwater goods.

INTERIOR: not seen, 1997.

Statement of Special Interest

Originally known as Brunswick Street, St Stephen Street and Place did not form part of the Reid and Sibbald plan for the 1st extension of the New Town (the Second New Town) though the planning of these additional streets was revised to respect the Second New Town and they are thus taken in with the Second New Town A Group. For Mews to rear, see separate listing (Circus Lane). No 110 St Stephen Street has an interesting and prominent axial position, terminating Clarence Street at its south end.

References

Bibliography

Gifford, McWilliam and Walker, EDINBURGH (1984), pp411-12.

About Listed Buildings

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