25 St Ann Street

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25 St Ann Street
St Ann's Street, Manchester.jpg
25 St. Ann's Street, Manchester, bank and, to the right, attached manager's house
TypeBank
LocationManchester, England
Coordinates53°28′55″N 2°14′43″W / 53.4819°N 2.2452°W / 53.4819; -2.2452Coordinates: 53°28′55″N 2°14′43″W / 53.4819°N 2.2452°W / 53.4819; -2.2452
Areacity centre
Built1848
ArchitectJohn Edgar Gregan
Architectural style(s)Italianate
Governing bodyPrivate
Listed Building – Grade II*
Official name: 25, St Ann Street, Manchester
Designated25 February 1952
Reference no.457199
25 St Ann Street is located in Greater Manchester
25 St Ann Street
Location of 25 St Ann Street in Greater Manchester

25 St. Ann Street in Manchester, England, is a Victorian bank with attached manager's house constructed in 1848 for Heywood's Bank by John Edgar Gregan.[1] The bank is "one of the finest palazzo-inspired buildings in the city." .[1] It is a Grade II* listed building as of 25 February 1952.[2]

The bank is built of sandstone, "beautifully finished",[1] while the manager's house is of more modest red brick. The ground floor is rusticated with the upper floor windows having pediments and balconies. The bank and the manager's house are linked by a single-storey entrance, "an arrangement recalling the Palazzo Pandolfini in Florence."[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d Hartwell 2002, p. 201.
  2. ^ Good Stuff (1952-02-25). "25, St Ann Street - Manchester - Manchester - England". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 2017-02-17.

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