Barleysugar flues, Old Almshouse, Vicar's Lane, Chester.
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member greysman
N 53° 11.383 W 002° 53.147
30U E 507631 N 5893381
Quick Description: Two sets of ornate chimney flues on this ex-almshouse built 1889-90.
Location: West Midlands, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 10/3/2011 11:47:31 PM
Waymark Code: WMCQQ0
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Dragontree
Views: 1

Long Description:
This building is grade II listed and was built in 1889-90 for the first Duke of Westminster as an Almshouse or House of Shelter. It is now occupied by Denton Clark & Co., Chartered Surveyors. It is of stone-dressed red brick with blue brick diapering and has a red tile roof. It is of two storeys, three bays wide and almost symmetrical.

The plinthed chimney has 3 separated barleysugar flues of moulded brick, there is one on each end gable.
Private or Public Property?: Private

What material is it made from?: Red brick

When was it made?: 1/1/1889

Estimated Height of chimney (please include whether metres or feet): 1.5m

Type of building e.g. house, hotel etc: Offices

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Website with further information: Not listed

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