Listed Building

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48 AND 50 ST JOHN STREET, (EAST SIDE), PERTH (FORMERLY BANK OF SCOTLAND AND CENTRAL BANK BUILDINGS)LB39618

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
20/05/1965
Local Authority
Perth And Kinross
Planning Authority
Perth And Kinross
Burgh
Perth
NGR
NO 12002 23519
Coordinates
312002, 723519

Description

David Rhind 1846, Italian Renaissance. 3-storey 5-window

palazzo, ashlar with quoined angles. Roman Doric pilastered

end doorpieces and balustraded area ground floor, pedimented

Corinthian aedicular windows and cantilevered, balustraded

balcony 1st floor, ornamented string course between 2nd and

3rd, 2nd floor windows architraved with cornices, bold

cornice, balustraded parapet. Similar 4-window S elevation to

lane, but without doorpieces and 1st floor balcony. N part of

facade set back except at ground floor, 1-window and door

office with balustraded parapet.

Statement of Special Interest

Part of A group (contd) with items 1, 157-160, 285, 318-320,

327-331.

Statutory address updated from "St John Street, (E.Side) 48, 50 Bank of Scotland Formerly Central Bank Building" to "48 and 50 St John Street, (East Side), Perth (Formerly Bank Of Scotland And Central Bank Buildings)" February 2015.

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