9 The Parade, Plymouth. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: acarchae2-301762)

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Introduction

9 The Parade, Plymouth. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: acarchae2-301762)

An historic building record of 9 The Parade, Plymouth was prepared by AC archaeology in October 2017 in advance of alterations to the ground floor of the property, which is designated as two Grade II Listed Buildings. The fa├žade onto the parade is grander than many local contemporary warehouses, perhaps reflecting, and copying, the architecture of the adjacent Custom House. The building is a mid-19th century quayside warehouse with integral offices. Surviving historic fixtures and fittings include the staircase between the ground- and first-floor offices, and loading hoists on each elevation and associated chain winches within the roof space.

The west wall of the second floor was rebuilt when the upper storeys of the adjacent property were altered. Later (20th-century changes) include the addition of a second staircase in the offices part of the building in the early 20th century, mid 20th-century subdivision into two properties, and the subsequent combining back into a single property, and removal of part of the first floor.