Categories of Special Interest
In Use As
1790 - 1810
End-of-terrace three-bay three-storey house, c. 1800; one of a pair. Pitched roof with rendered chimney stack and rooflights. Banded rusticated render finish to ground floor, painted roughcast render finish to upper floors. String course at first floor level. Square headed window openings with cills and timber sliding sash windows, three over three pane to second floor, six over six pane to first and ground floors. Round headed door opening with enriched Corinthian open bed pedimented timber doorcase with engaged astyler columns, panelled reveals and segmented fanlight. Timber panelled door. Small railed garden area to front. Limestone kerb with wrought iron railings. Outbuildings to rear. Lane to side.
Significant late-Georgian end of terrace house, retaining many of its characteristic features, as well as its scale and form relatively unchanged. Significant in its own right, particularly for its distinctive doorcase, and also for its contribution to this historically fashionable streetscape.