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18-30 (EVEN NUMBERS ONLY) QUEENSGATE, 58 AND 60 CHURCH STREET AND 2 POST OFFICE LANELB35345

Status: Designated

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Summary

Information

  • Category: B
  • Date Added: 15/06/1981

Location

  • Local Authority: Highland
  • Planning Authority: Highland
  • Burgh: Inverness

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NH 66579 45417
  • Coordinates: 266579, 845417

Description

Ross & Macbeth, 1885, Free Italianate coursers; 3 storeys

and attic, 9-bay front to Queensgate with centre and end

bays pilastered; at ground floor, Ruskinian Gothic arcaded

shopfronts, their columns bearing consoles carrying

wrought-iron balconies at 1st floor; at 1st floor end

windows corbelled out from wall as canted bays with

balustraded parapet, 2nd and 8th windows segmental

pedimented; at 2nd floor, windows architraved, 1st and 9th

tripartite. Canted pilastered corners with balustered

balconies corbelled out from wall below first floor windows.

Front to Church Street, arched ground floor windows, consoled

balconies at 1st floor windows. Front to Post Office Lane,

simply arcaded ground floor. At north-east front arcaded

ground floor. Slated mansard roof and pedimented dormers.

Statement of Special Interest

References

Bibliography

INVERNESS COURIER July 14, 1885 (advertisement for tenders)

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