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- Category: B
- Date Added: 27/06/1980
- Local Authority: Renfrewshire
- Planning Authority: Renfrewshire
- Burgh: Paisley
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NS 48278 64353
- Coordinates: 248278, 664353
T G Abercrombie, architect, dated 1898 Scots Renaissance.
T-plan asymmetrical. Snecked rubble and stugged ashlar with
polished ashlar dressings. Elevation to Back Sneddon Street,
2 storeys, 3 recessed bays at left, off centre entrance
with pilastered and corniced Jacobean doorpiece with
cartouche over, 6-light leaded window to stair in right
bay, canted bay at ground floor in outer left bay. Projecting
gable end to west with corbelled bartisan with lead, bell-cast
roof and panelled gable-head stack. Return elevation:
2-storey and attic. 5-bay block with 3 round arched windows
at ground; lights 1-2-1-2-1 in 1st & 3 segmentally pedimented
dormers. Stair tower adjoining with upper window breaking
through eaves and pyramidal roof. 1 additional gabled bay
to east. Variety of window designs, slate roofs and
Statement of Special Interest
Built as welfare offices. Still used by District Council.
Information from David M Walker
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