St Pauls House, Leeds

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St Pauls House
St Pauls House, Leeds 1.jpg
Location Park Square, Leeds, England
Coordinates 53°47′54″N 1°33′09″W / 53.79833°N 1.55250°W / 53.79833; -1.55250Coordinates: 53°47′54″N 1°33′09″W / 53.79833°N 1.55250°W / 53.79833; -1.55250
Built 1878
Built for John Barran
Architect Thomas Ambler
Listed Building – Grade II*
Designated September 1963[1]
Reference no. 465247

St. Pauls House is a historic building situated in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.


Built in 1878 as a warehouse and cloth cutting works for Sir John Barran, 1st Baronet, this is a Grade II* listed building.[1] It stands in Park Square, Leeds.

The building was designed by Thomas Ambler in an ornate Hispano-Moorish style[clarification needed]. The building was extensively altered and restored in 1976 with a wholly new interior.[1] The minarets, originally terracotta, are now fibreglass reproductions.

From May 2015, DAC Beachcroft LLP (and DAC Beachcroft Claims Ltd) will be residing.


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