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3-9 (ODD) GAUZE STREET METHODIST CENTRAL HALLS AND SHOPS TO GROUNDLB38980

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
27/03/1985
Local Authority
Renfrewshire
Planning Authority
Renfrewshire
Burgh
Paisley
NGR
NS 48499 64070
Coordinates
248499, 664070

Description

Watson and Salmond Architects 1908. Free Renaissance

style. Halls and shops 8-bays to Gauze Street and 11 to

Smith-hills. Ashlar. Gauze Street: 3-storey 7 symmetrical

bays additional bay at right. Central door with architrave

and panelled pilasters with consoles and urns. Flanking

pairs of shops with original fronts. Architraved door at

right. Cornice over ground floor broken over central door.

Upper floors have channelled pilasters to angles and

panelled pilasters flanking centre tripartite windows in

in each floor, lower one transomed 1st floor 2 canted

windows flanked by architraved and keystoned sash windows.

2nd floor windows detailed as 1st divided by blind

aedicules; consoled balustraded balconies to centre bays.

Mutuled eaves cornice and balustraded parapet broken by

scrolled pediment over centre. Piended slate roof to

symmetrical part with pairs of small dormers flanking

large one with semi-circular pediment corniced stacks.

Smithhills Street elevation: 3 bays at right similarly

detailed to Gauze Street with shop at ground floor and 2

small windows flanking larger to each upper floor.

Seven bays to left symmetrical with 1 third at end; 3

storeys and mezzanine bays flanking 5-bay centre are set

back with doors set in cavetto moulded round arches.

Above, oculi and oriels with small sash windows. Ground

floor centre section has 3 round arched windows flanked

by small sashes cornice over Outer bays of centre have

aediculed windows to 1st floor and architraved sashes with

swagged aprons to 2nd. Inner 3-bays of upper floors set

back and separated by giant pilasters. Tripartite windows

mutuled eaves cornice and parapet partly balustraded,

partly solid. Slate roof.

Statement of Special Interest

Ecclesiastical building in use as such except shops.

References

Bibliography

Information from John Watson via David Walker

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