Listed Building

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2-13 (EXCLUDING NO 4) CLAIRMONT GARDENSLB33009

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
15/12/1970
Local Authority
Glasgow
Planning Authority
Glasgow
Burgh
Glasgow
NGR
NS 57512 66068
Coordinates
257512, 666068

Description

Dated 1857. 3-storey and basement classical terrace

block of 3-bay houses. (No 1 rebuilt 1965). Polished

ashlar, channelled at ground floor. All windows sash and

case in architraves, mainly 4-pane. Each entrance at head

of steps oversailing basement area; tripartite, console

corniced entries with sidelights Nos 2-11, console corniced

only Nos 12, 13; plain ground floor entablature; 1st

floor moulded cill band, alternating dentil corniced

oriel windows with sculpted corbelling and console

corniced single-light windows above entrances; 3rd floor

windows on corbelled, moulded cill band; plain eaves

entablature with dentil cornice, acroters; piended slate

roof; corniced axial stacks.

ELEVATION TO CLIFTON STREET: canted ground floor oriel

In southmost bay, tripartite bays above; 1st floor

windows console corniced on cill band; 2nd floor moulded

cill band; reduced wallhead stack.

INTERIOR: includes cast-iron balusters; corniced, cored

lightwells.

Cast-iron boundary railings on pierced parapet walls with

corniced piers.

Statement of Special Interest

Style of Charles Wilson. Due to high quality interior work No 4 is listed separately at Category A.

References

Bibliography

Gomme and Walker, 1968 p 287.

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