Categories of Special Interest
In Use As
1870 - 1890
End-of-terrace three-bay two-storey rendered house, built c.1880. The four panelled door is flanked with panelled pilasters with decorative console brackets which support a cornice with a plain semi-circular headed fanlight over and all enclosed with a moulded surround. Two over two timber sash windows have later plain cement surrounds; those to the ground floor have pronounced stylised keystone mouldings. Artificial slate to the pitched roof and with uPVC rainwater goods. Rendered chimneystack with corbelled caps an d clay pots, to each side of the ridge. Set back behind a low rendered stone with square gate pillars. One of a group of four speculative houses.
One of a group of four speculative houses built in response to the growing popularity of Greystones in late Victorian times. A well preserved and mainly original example of the genre.