List of miscellaneous works by G. E. Street

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G. E. Street (1824–81) was an English architect and architectural writer, whose designs were mainly in High Victorian Gothic style. Born the son of a solicitor, he first worked in a law office, but was then articled to the architect Owen Browne Carter in Winchester. Two years later, in 1844, he moved to London and worked in the office of George Gilbert Scott. Here he also worked with George Frederick Bodley and William White. Street established his own architectural practice in 1849, initially in London, and later in Wantage (then in Berkshire). He was appointed as architect to the diocese of Oxford in 1850, and retained this position until his death. He married in 1852 and in that year moved to Oxford. He returned to London in 1856 and maintained an office there for the remainder of his career. He travelled extensively, visiting the Continent of Europe frequently. Street was also a prolific writer on architectural subjects. He was a member of the Royal Academy, and in 1874 was awarded the Royal Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects, being its president in 1881.[1]

Most of Street's works were in relation to churches; designing new churches, restoring and making additions and alterations to existing churches, and designing fittings and furnishings for them. He also designed domestic buildings, especially vicarages, and schools with houses for the schoolmaster. He designed little in the way of public buildings, although towards the end of his life he designed what has been described as his "greatest commission", the Royal Courts of Justice in London.[1] Most of his works were in England, especially within and close to the diocese of Oxford, but examples of his work can be found throughout England, Wales and Ireland. He also designed some buildings abroad, including a church in Constantinople. Almost all his designs are in Gothic Revival style, in particular, in what is known as the High Victorian style. This style came chronologically after the use of "pure" and "correct" use of features of English Gothic architecture, which had been championed by A. W. N. Pugin and the Ecclesiological Society. High Victorian incorporated the use of polychromy, and elements of Continental forms of Gothic architecture. Street died in 1881, and was buried in Westminster Abbey.[1]

This list contains buildings and structures not included in the See also section (below).

Key[edit]

Grade Criteria[2]
Grade I Buildings of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important.
Grade II* Particularly important buildings of more than special interest.
Grade II Buildings of national importance and special interest.
"—" denotes a work that is not graded.

Works[edit]

Name Location Photograph Date Notes Grade
School Ide Hill, Kent
51°14′47″N 0°07′37″E / 51.2465°N 0.1269°E / 51.2465; 0.1269 (Ide Hill Primary School)
Ide Hill Primary School - geograph.org.uk - 1499206.jpg 1852 [3] II
School and schoolmaster's house Goosey, Oxfordshire
51°37′25″N 1°29′07″W / 51.6236°N 1.4854°W / 51.6236; -1.4854 (Parsonage House, Goosey)
1853 [4] II
School Stanford in the Vale, Oxfordshire
51°38′16″N 1°30′16″W / 51.6378°N 1.5044°W / 51.6378; -1.5044 (School, Stanford in the Vale)
1853 [5] II
Font St Peter and St Paul's Church,
Uppingham, Rutland
52°35′15″N 0°43′20″W / 52.5874°N 0.7221°W / 52.5874; -0.7221 (St Peter and St Paul's Church, Uppingham)
1853 Originally designed for All Saints, Cottesbrooke.[6] II*
School and schoolmaster's house Denchworth, Oxfordshire
51°37′22″N 1°27′05″W / 51.6229°N 1.4514°W / 51.6229; -1.4514 (School and schoolmaster's house, Denchworth)
c. 1853 [7] II
Ripon College Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire
51°43′30″N 1°08′03″W / 51.7251°N 1.1342°W / 51.7251; -1.1342 (Ripon College, Cuddesdon)
Ripon College, Cuddesdon - geograph.org.uk - 90723.jpg 1853–54 A theological college, extended in 1873–78 by Street, and later by different architects.[8] II*
Lychgate and churchyard walls Milton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire
51°51′57″N 1°37′02″W / 51.8658°N 1.6173°W / 51.8658; -1.6173 (Lychgate and churchyard walls, Milton-under-Wychwood)
1853–54 [9] II
School and schoolmaster's house Milton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire
51°51′59″N 1°37′02″W / 51.8664°N 1.6171°W / 51.8664; -1.6171 (Former school, Milton-under-Wychwood)
1853–54 [10] II
Bloxham School Bloxham, Oxfordshire
52°01′21″N 1°22′24″W / 52.0226°N 1.3733°W / 52.0226; -1.3733 (Bloxham School)
Bloxham School, Bloxham - geograph.org.uk - 1451918.jpg
1854 A new school with subsequent additions.[11] II
Parish centre Maidenhead, Berkshire
51°31′11″N 0°44′12″W / 51.5196°N 0.7367°W / 51.5196; -0.7367 (Parish centre, Maidenhead)
1854–57 Adjoining All Saints Church.[12] II*
Coach house Maidenhead, Berkshire
51°31′10″N 0°44′11″W / 51.5195°N 0.7363°W / 51.5195; -0.7363 (Parish centre, Maidenhead)
1854–57 Since converted into a house.[13] II
Primary school Laverstoke, Hampshire
51°14′13″N 1°18′11″W / 51.2369°N 1.3031°W / 51.2369; -1.3031 (Primary School, Laverstoke)
1855 [14] II
School and schoolmaster's house East Challow, Oxfordshire
51°35′26″N 1°27′09″W / 51.5906°N 1.4526°W / 51.5906; -1.4526 (Old Schoolhouse, East Challow)
1855–56 Since converted into a house.[15] II
St Mary's Convent Wantage, Oxfordshire
51°35′29″N 1°26′03″W / 51.5914°N 1.4341°W / 51.5914; -1.4341 (St Mary's Convent, Wantage)
1855–72 Built in phases with additions later by other architects. The gateway and flanking walls are also designated at Grade II.[16][17] II
Threefold Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire
52°13′24″N 0°44′36″W / 52.2233°N 0.7432°W / 52.2233; -0.7432 (Threefold, Castle Ashby)
1856 Built as a school and school house. Extended later in the 19th century, and since converted into offices.[18] II
St Barnabas' School Oxford
51°45′28″N 1°16′06″W / 51.7577°N 1.2684°W / 51.7577; -1.2684 (St Barnabas' School, Oxford)
1856 [19] II
Wayside cross Sandford St. Martin, Oxfordshire
51°56′11″N 1°23′25″W / 51.9363°N 1.3904°W / 51.9363; -1.3904 (Wayside cross, Sandford St. Martin)
1856 Restoration of a medieval cross.[20] II
Blithfield House Admaston, Staffordshire
52°48′29″N 1°55′42″W / 52.8080°N 1.9283°W / 52.8080; -1.9283 (Blithfield House, Admaston)
1856–57 Built as a school and schoolmaster's house. Later used as the village hall.[21] II
School and schoolmaster's house Blymhill, Staffordshire
52°42′28″N 2°17′06″W / 52.7078°N 2.2850°W / 52.7078; -2.2850 (School and schoolmaster's house, Blymhill)
1856–59 [22][23] II
School and schoolmaster's house Church Leigh, Staffordshire
52°55′19″N 1°58′00″W / 52.9220°N 1.9668°W / 52.9220; -1.9668 (School and schoolmaster's house, Church Leigh)
1857 [24][25] II
East window and pulpit St Nicholas' Church, Cuddington, Buckinghamshire
51°47′41″N 0°55′56″W / 51.7947°N 0.9323°W / 51.7947; -0.9323 (St Nicholas' Church, Cuddington)
St Nicholas Church Cuddington.JPG 1857 Window made by Powells.[26] II*
School Little Gaddesden, Hertfordshire
51°48′41″N 0°33′38″W / 51.8114°N 0.5605°W / 51.8114; -0.5605 (School, Little Gaddesden)
1857–58 Consisting of two schoolrooms in an L-shape.[27]
School Colnbrook, Berkshire
51°29′04″N 0°31′19″W / 51.4845°N 0.5219°W / 51.4845; -0.5219 (Former school, Colnbrook)
1858 Later used as Colnbrook Youth Centre.[28] II
St James' school and church hall New Bradwell,
Milton Keynes,
Buckinghamshire
52°03′54″N 0°47′34″W / 52.0650°N 0.7927°W / 52.0650; -0.7927 (St James' school and church hall, New Bradwell)
1858 [29] II
St Mary's Primary School Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire
51°51′38″N 1°35′46″W / 51.8605°N 1.5962°W / 51.8605; -1.5962 (St Mary's Primary School, Shipton-under-Wychwood)
1858 [30] II
East window St Nicholas' Church, Baydon, Wiltshire
51°30′03″N 1°35′46″W / 51.5009°N 1.5962°W / 51.5009; -1.5962 (St Nicholas' Church, Baydon)
StNicBaydon.jpg 1859 [31] II*
Royal Free Schools Bachelor's Acre, Windsor, Berkshire
51°28′50″N 0°36′33″W / 51.4806°N 0.6091°W / 51.4806; -0.6091 (Royal Free Schools, Windsor)
1859 [32] II
Churchyard walls Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire
51°51′34″N 1°35′43″W / 51.8595°N 1.5952°W / 51.8595; -1.5952 (Churchyard walls, Shipton-under-Wychwood)
c. 1859 (?) [33] II
All Saints Church Hall Denstone, Staffordshire
52°57′53″N 1°51′06″W / 52.9646°N 1.8517°W / 52.9646; -1.8517 (All Saints Church Hall, Denstone)
c. 1860 [34] II
School Banbury, Oxfordshire
52°03′50″N 1°19′32″W / 52.0638°N 1.3256°W / 52.0638; -1.3256 (Offices, Banbury)
1860–61 Built as a school, since used as offices.[35] II
All Saints Church of England Primary School Denstone, Staffordshire
52°57′53″N 1°51′06″W / 52.9646°N 1.8516°W / 52.9646; -1.8516 (All Saints School, Denstone)
1860–62 [36][37] II
All Saints Vicarage Denstone, Staffordshire
52°57′57″N 1°51′09″W / 52.9658°N 1.8526°W / 52.9658; -1.8526 (All Saints Vicarage, Denstone)
1860–62 [37][38] II*
Parish rooms and school St James the Less,
City of Westminster,
Greater London
51°29′27″N 0°08′06″W / 51.4907°N 0.1349°W / 51.4907; -0.1349 (St James the Less Parish Rooms and School, Pimlico)
1861 The railings surrounding the playground were also designed by Street and are listed at Grade II*.[39][40] I
School room Uppingham School, Rutland
52°35′16″N 0°43′29″W / 52.5878°N 0.7247°W / 52.5878; -0.7247 (School room, Uppingham School)
1861–63 [41] II*
Lychgate All Saints Church, Denstone, Staffordshire
52°57′55″N 1°51′06″W / 52.9653°N 1.8516°W / 52.9653; -1.8516 (Lychgate, All Saints Church, Denstone)
1862 [37][42] II
Churchyard cross All Saints Church, Denstone, Staffordshire
52°57′55″N 1°51′07″W / 52.9652°N 1.8520°W / 52.9652; -1.8520 (Churchyard cross, All Saints Church, Denstone)
1862 [37][43] II
School and schoolmaster's house Brightwalton, Berkshire
51°30′40″N 1°23′12″W / 51.5110°N 1.3867°W / 51.5110; -1.3867 (School and school house, Brightwalton)
1863 [44] II
School Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire
52°22′51″N 2°28′54″W / 52.3808°N 2.4817°W / 52.3808; -2.4817 (Old School, Cleobury Mortimer)
1863 Since converted for residential use.[45][46] II
Memorial St Michael and All Angels Church,
Lyndhurst, Hampshire
50°52′20″N 1°34′40″W / 50.8723°N 1.5778°W / 50.8723; -1.5778 (St Michael and All Angels Church, Lyndhurst)
Lyndhurst Church3.JPG
1863 Memorial on the north wall in the form of an Easter Sepulchre in memory of the founders of the church, Mr and Mrs Hargreaves.[47] I
Pulpit All Saints Church, Marlow, Buckinghamshire
51°34′05″N 0°46′23″W / 51.5680°N 0.7730°W / 51.5680; -0.7730 (All Saints Church, Marlow)
All Saints, Marlow - geograph.org.uk - 92530.jpg 1863 Street designed the stone and marble pulpit that is integral with the stone chancel screen.[48] II*
Mausoleum West Norwood Cemetery, Greater London
51°26′02″N 0°05′47″W / 51.4339°N 0.0965°W / 51.4339; -0.0965 (Ralli Mausoleum, West Norwood Cemetery)
c. 1863 Mausoleum to J. P. Ralli in the Greek Orthodox enclosure.[49] II*
School Amington, Tamworth, Staffordshire
52°38′11″N 1°39′28″W / 52.6364°N 1.6577°W / 52.6364; -1.6577 (Amington Centre)
1863–64 Since used as a community centre.[50] II
Pewsey National School Pewsey, Wiltshire
51°20′14″N 1°45′41″W / 51.3373°N 1.7614°W / 51.3373; -1.7614 (Pewsey National School)
1863–64 A school and schoolmaster's house.[51] II
Porny School Eton, Berkshire
51°29′23″N 0°36′32″W / 51.4896°N 0.6089°W / 51.4896; -0.6089 (Porny School, Eton)
1863–73 A school and schoolmaster's house.[52] II
Coach House Edgefield House,
North Muskham, Nottinghamshire
51°07′41″N 0°48′56″W / 51.1280°N 0.8155°W / 51.1280; -0.8155 (Coach House, North Muskham)
1865 Built for Revd Winstanley Hall.[53] II
St Margaret's Convent East Grinstead,
West Sussex
51°07′59″N 0°00′42″W / 51.1330°N 0.0116°W / 51.1330; -0.0116 (St Margaret's Convent, East Grinstead)
1865– Building commenced in 1865 with additions continuing throughout the rest of Street's life, and then were continued by his son, A. E. Street.[54] I
Reredos St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone, Kent
51°11′11″N 0°08′46″E / 51.1863°N 0.1462°E / 51.1863; 0.1462 (St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone)
Chiddingstone St Mary.jpg 1866 Reredos with an alabaster Crucifixion relief carved by Earp.[55] II*
Reredos St George's Church, Pontesbury, Shropshire
52°38′57″N 2°53′19″W / 52.6492°N 2.8887°W / 52.6492; -2.8887 (St George's Church, Pontesbury)
St. George, Pontesbury - geograph.org.uk - 120406.jpg 1866 Marble reredos depicting events around the Crucifixion with a mosaic background in grey, red and gold.[56][57] II*
Reredos St Andrew's Church, Swavesey, Cambridgeshire
52°18′21″N 0°00′10″W / 52.3057°N 0.0027°W / 52.3057; -0.0027 (St Andrew's Church, Swavesey)
St. Andrew's church at Swavesey - geograph.org.uk - 482936.jpg 1866 [58] I
School Chapmanslade, Wiltshire
51°13′46″N 2°15′05″W / 51.2295°N 2.2514°W / 51.2295; -2.2514 (Primary School, Chapmanslade)
1866–67 [59] II
Village school and schoolmaster's house High Halden, Kent
51°06′09″N 0°42′51″E / 51.1025°N 0.7143°E / 51.1025; 0.7143 (School and school house, High Halden)
1868 [60] II
Lychgate and churchyard walls St Mary the Virgin's Church, Wansford,
East Yorkshire
53°59′42″N 0°22′51″W / 53.9949°N 0.3808°W / 53.9949; -0.3808 (Lychgate and churchyard walls, Wansford)
1868 For Sir Tatton Sykes, 5th Baronet of Sledmere.[61] II
School Hall Dover College, Dover, Kent
51°07′36″N 1°18′28″E / 51.1267°N 1.3077°E / 51.1267; 1.3077 (School hall, Dover College)
1868- Originally the refectory of Dover Priory; converted into the school hall by Street.[62] II*
Reredos St Mary's Church, Bletchingley, Surrey
51°14′29″N 0°05′58″W / 51.2414°N 0.0995°W / 51.2414; -0.0995 (St Mary's Church, Bletchingley)
1870 [63] I
Lychgate St Mary's Church, Thixendale,
North Yorkshire
54°02′20″N 0°42′55″W / 54.03900°N 0.7154°W / 54.03900; -0.7154 (Lychgate, St Mary's Church, Thixendale)
c. 1870 For Sir Tatton Sykes, 5th Baronet of Sledmere.[64] II
Gazebo and walls Bayfield House,
Lydford, Devon
50°38′34″N 4°06′28″W / 50.6427°N 4.1077°W / 50.6427; -4.1077 (Gazebo and walls, Bayfield House)
1870 Gazebo and terrace wall in the garden of Bayfield House.[65] II
Churchyard cross St Peter's Church, Bournemouth, Dorset
50°43′13″N 1°52′32″W / 50.7203°N 1.8755°W / 50.7203; -1.8755 (Churchyard cross, St Peter's, Bournemouth)
1871 Designed by Street, carved by T. W. Earp.[66] II
School and house Warminster, Wiltshire
51°12′03″N 2°10′00″W / 51.2009°N 2.1667°W / 51.2009; -2.1667 (School and house, Warminster)
1871 [67] II
School Ashbury, Oxfordshire
51°33′51″N 1°37′13″W / 51.56423°N 1.6202°W / 51.56423; -1.6202 (School, Ashbury)
Ashbury VillageHall.JPG c. 1872 Later used as the village hall.[68] II
Coach house and stables Helperthorpe,
North Yorkshire
54°07′16″N 0°32′36″W / 54.1212°N 0.5433°W / 54.1212; -0.5433 (Coach house and stables, Helperthorpe)
1873 [69] II
Stable block Holmdale,
Holmbury St Mary,
Surrey
51°10′59″N 0°24′42″W / 51.1830°N 0.4118°W / 51.1830; -0.4118 (Stable block, Holmdale, Holmbury St Mary)
1873 Adjacent to a house Street built for himself and his son. Since converted into a house.[70][71] II
Bradleian Building Marlborough College, Wiltshire
51°25′03″N 1°44′11″W / 51.4176°N 1.7363°W / 51.4176; -1.7363 (Bradleian Building, Marlborough College)
1873 The arcade between the Bradleian Building and the Museum Block is also listed at Grade II.[72][73] II
Churchyard cross Thixendale,
North Yorkshire
54°02′20″N 0°42′55″W / 54.03890°N 0.7153°W / 54.03890; -0.7153 (Churchyard cross, Thixendale)
c. 1874 For Sir Tatton Sykes, 5th Baronet of Sledmere.[74] II
School and schoolmaster's house Thixendale,
North Yorkshire
54°02′20″N 0°42′58″W / 54.0390°N 0.7161°W / 54.0390; -0.7161 (School and school house, Thixendale)
1874–75 Originally a school and schoolmaster's house, later used as a village hall and youth hostel. For Sir Tatton Sykes, 5th Baronet of Sledmere.[75] II
Royal Courts of Justice Strand, Greater London
51°30′49″N 0°06′48″W / 51.5136°N 0.1132°W / 51.5136; -0.1132 (Royal Courts of Justice, London)
Royal courts of justice.jpg 1874–82 Completed after Street's death by his son A. E. Street, and by Arthur Blomfield. The screen walls, gates, railings and lamps associated with the building are also listed at Grade I.[76][77] I
School and schoolmaster's house Sledmere, East Yorkshire
54°04′13″N 0°34′15″W / 54.0702°N 0.5707°W / 54.0702; -0.5707 (School and school house, Sledmere)
1875 Later additions and alterations.[78] II
Footbridge, lychgate, and churchyard walls. St Mary's Church,
West Lutton,
North Yorkshire
54°06′38″N 0°34′39″W / 54.1105°N 0.5775°W / 54.1105; -0.5775 (Footbridge, lychgate, and churchyard wall, West Lutton)
1875 For Sir Tatton Sykes, 5th Baronet of Sledmere.[79] II
Porter's lodge Marlborough College, Wiltshire
51°25′04″N 1°44′14″W / 51.4178°N 1.7372°W / 51.4178; -1.7372 (Porter's lodge, Marlborough College)
1876–77 [80] II
Gatepiers, gates and railings Marlborough College Chapel, Wiltshire
51°25′04″N 1°44′15″W / 51.4177°N 1.7375°W / 51.4177; -1.7375 (Chapel gatepiers, etc, Marlborough College)
1876–77 [81] II
Churchyard cross St Andrew's Church,
East Heslerton,
North Yorkshire
54°10′38″N 0°34′58″W / 54.1773°N 0.5829°W / 54.1773; -0.5829 (Churchyard cross, East Heslerton)
1877 [82] II
Lychgate St Andrew's Church,
East Heslerton,
North Yorkshire
54°10′39″N 0°34′59″W / 54.1774°N 0.5830°W / 54.1774; -0.5830 (Lychgate, East Heslerton)
1877 [83] II
School and schoolmaster's house Wansford, East Yorkshire
53°59′45″N 0°22′50″W / 53.9957°N 0.3806°W / 53.9957; -0.3806 (School and schoolmaster's house, Wansford)
1877 For Sir Tatton Sykes, 5th Baronet of Sledmere. Later converted into a single house.[84] II
Churchyard cross, steps and platform St Andrew's Church,
Kirby Grindalythe,
North Yorkshire
54°05′44″N 0°37′10″W / 54.0955°N 0.6195°W / 54.0955; -0.6195 (Churchyard cross, Kirby Grindalythe)
1878 For Sir Tatton Sykes, 5th Baronet of Sledmere.[85] II
Lychgate, footgate and churchyard walls St Andrew's Church,
Kirby Grindalythe,
North Yorkshire
54°05′43″N 0°37′11″W / 54.0953°N 0.6197°W / 54.0953; -0.6197 (Lychgate and walls, Kirby Grindalythe)
1878 [86] II
School Melksham, Wiltshire
51°22′25″N 2°08′25″W / 51.3736°N 2.1404°W / 51.3736; -2.1404 (St Michael's Court, Melksham)
1878 Originated as a tithe barn; remodelled by Street into a school; since converted into dwellings.[87] II
Chancel St Mary's Church,
Down St Mary, Devon
50°49′34″N 3°47′10″W / 50.8260°N 3.7862°W / 50.8260; -3.7862 (St Mary's Church, Down St Mary)
Interior of Down St Mary Church - geograph.org.uk - 810710.jpg
1878–80 Design and decoration of the chancel, and its furnishings.[88] I
Library Dover College, Dover, Kent
51°07′35″N 1°18′24″E / 51.1263°N 1.3067°E / 51.1263; 1.3067 (Library, Dover College)
1880 Originally the gatehouse of Dover Priory, it was later converted into a library, and restored by Street.[89] II*
Barrow Deep and old school Eastbury, Berkshire
51°29′33″N 1°30′09″W / 51.4924°N 1.5026°W / 51.4924; -1.5026 (Barrow Deep, Eastbury)
Undated Later houses.[90] II
School Lambourn, Berkshire
51°30′27″N 1°31′53″W / 51.5076°N 1.5315°W / 51.5076; -1.5315 (School, Lambourn)
Undated Originally a school, later a house.[91] II
Reredos St Peter's Church, Leeds, West Yorkshire
53°47′43″N 1°32′10″W / 53.7952°N 1.5360°W / 53.7952; -1.5360 (Leeds Parish Church)
Leeds Parish Church (10th May 2010) 012.jpg Undated Marble and alabaster reredos representing Christ in His Glory.[92] I

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