Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural, Social

Original Use



1860 - 1880


314749, 233350

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Corner-sited attached former brewery warehouse, built c.1870, with seven-bay two-storey front (south) elevation and four-bay two-storey east elevation. Now is use as commercial unit. Hipped corrugated-iron roof. Snecked dressed limestone walls. Square-headed window openings with brown brick block-and-start surrounds and granite sills, timber windows some with metal window guards to ground floor. Brick infill to openings to first floor. Square-headed door openings with cement rendered reveals and roller shutters. Recent double door openings.


A prominently sited building that was part of a significant complex of brewery buildings which occupied the block bounded by Ardee Street to the west, Brabazon Row to the east, Newmarket to the south and Cork Street to the north. In the mid-nineteenth century the complex was valued at £400 and the firm survived into the twentieth century as Watkins, Jameson & Pimm. This building was constructed during the nineteenth century for the manufacture and storage of materials associated with the brewery. Its grey limestone and red brick add colour and textural interesting to the streetscape.