Wolverhampton's Locally Listed Buildings

22 - 32 Lichfield Street

ListingLate 19th century office development with shops below. Red brick with stone dressings. Nos. 22‑24 Lichfield Street is three storeys with dormers. Modern ground floor. Stone oriel window at first floor and stone banding to second floor. Two hipped dormers.

Number 26 - 32 Lichfield Street.

Nos. 26‑32 is a six bay symmetrical design with central brick stack. Ground floor altered but retains elements of original shopfronts and cast iron railings above stone cornice. Timber upper floor windows are sliding sashes with single pane lower sash and multi‑paned upper sashes. Balustraded brick parapet with stone coping and three ball finials flanking large gabled dormers.

A good example of late Victorian office building in brick and stone. The building has the qualities of style and materials of adjacent listed buildings and makes a significant contribution to the cohesive late 19th century character and appearance of Lichfield Street which was totally redeveloped in the 1880s. Group value.