George Bell II of Clarke and Bell, 1886. Free Classical
ground floor altered, 4-storey and attic warehouse, 3
wide bays. Polished ashlar. Sash and case tripartite
windows with stone mullions and architraves, horizontal
glazing bars. Shallow canted outer bays 1st to 3rd floors.
Central entrance with richly sculpted, open and broken
pediment, with figurative relief roundel, bracketted
lintel, giant corbels latter repeated in outer bays.
Pilaster piers with sculpted heads dividing bays at 1st
and 2nd floor, supporting urns in niches at 3rd floor,
central bay. 1st floor tripartite over with stylised
tympanum (dated) to central light, repeated in outer bays.
Plain 2nd floor windows with sculpted frieze over central
windows in outer bays. Main cornice. Richly sculpted,
single-light dormers, pedimented in outer bays with
scroll supporters, pediment in centre with raised
stack/parapet and dentil cornice, steeply hipped slate
roof. Corniced, pedimented end stacks.