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1-10 (INCLUSIVE NOS) PARK QUADRANT (Ref:32243)

This building is in the Glasgow, City Of Council and the Glasgow Burgh. It is a category A building and was listed on 15/12/1970.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NS 5746 6649.

Description

Charles Wilson, architect; circa 1855-8. French Renaissance curved terrace of tenements, truncated at No 10 (East) and adjoining Park Terrace at West. 4 storeys attics and basement. Paired 2-bay elevations with paired doorpieces giving main-door access to whole ground floor/common stair. Nos 1 and 2 slightly advanced and probably earliest build. Polished ashlar, channelled at ground mostly stonecleaned. Steps oversailing basement to tripartite doorpieces with elongated consoles and cornices. Full-height canted bay windows; all upper windows architraved; 1st floor consoled and corniced; 2nd floor corniced (consoled at Nos 1 and 2). Sash windows, plate-glass or 4-pane glazing. Continuous string courses at cills; bracketted cornice; blocking course. Axial stacks, plain flues, steeply pitched slate roofs with recessed dormers. Good cast-iron railings to basement and steps. Interiors: moulded cast-iron beams support stone cantilevered stair with cast-iron balusters. Rear elevation: full height projecting square bays.

Notes

Though in fact tenements, the main door and common stair arrangement is outwardly disguised as pairs of semi- detached houses. Part of Woodlands Hill A Group. Upgraded B to A 20.5.86

References

Plans in NMRS dated February 1855 and January 1856.

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