11, Narrowgate

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1. NARROWGATE 5330 (South-West Side) No 11 (Formerly listed as No 11 and Premises occupied by E. Watson, Fenkle Street) NU 1813 SE 1/76 20.2.52. II GV 2. 1855 playful Gothick, by William Smith. Built as a Savings Bank on an acutely pointed corner site. Three storeys and attic, 2 windows on each side and one on gable end. Ashlar. Corner flanked by octagonal piers terminating as pinnacles with clustered capitals. First and 2nd floor cill strings. Glazing bar sash windows faith cusped glazing in margins; depressed and round ogee window heads. Corner windows heavily framed and hooded with crocketted labels; attic window gabled with pinnacles. Tracery panels below 1st floor windows. Second floor corner window has "Savings Bank" in raised letters below it. Side elevations: depressed arch heads to windows, blind cusped tracery parapet. Moulded reveals to windows with Tudor bases.

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