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Listed Building

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223-229 (ODD NOS) INGRAM STREET AND 89 MILLER STREETLB32737

Status: Designated

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Summary

Information

  • Category: B
  • Date Added: 04/09/1989

Location

  • Local Authority: Glasgow
  • Planning Authority: Glasgow
  • Burgh: Glasgow

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NS 59212 65244
  • Coordinates: 259212, 665244

Description

James Boucher, 1875. Imposing commercial building with

French Renaissance details. 5-storeys and attic,

asymmetrical 4-bay facade to Ingram Street, symmetrical

5-bay (3-2-3-2-3) frontage to Miller Street. Ashlar,

channelled to 1st floor with rusticated quoins to

projecting end bays, modern ground floor.

INGRAM STREET: 3 windows in each bay, outer narrower

over entrance; round-arched to 1st floor with apron

panels and cavetto reveals; architraved and corniced to

2nd with heavily consoled, pierced balcony to E and

entrance bays; decorative architraves and keystones to

3rd floor with main cornice above; pilastered and

arcaded tripartites to 4th with cast-iron balconies,

broken segmental pediment over entrance bay; pedimented

dormers.

MILLER STREET: similar detailing.

Raised bell-cast roof at angles with fish-scale slating;

ornate wrought-ironwork in crowns to raised roofs, 4th floor

balconies, parapet and dormer finials. Plate-glass glazing

pattern to sash and case windows.

Statement of Special Interest

Boucher had been apprenticed to Charles Wilson, and in

earlier years had worked with James Cousland.

References

Bibliography

Gomme and Walker 1987, p.314.

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