Categories of Special Interest
In Use As
1895 - 1900
End-of-terrace two-bay two-storey house with dormer attic and canted bay window, built c. 1897, as a group of four with the adjoining houses to the south. Pitched slate roof having red brick chimneystack and gabled dormer windows with carved timber bargeboards and finials. Rendered walls having platband between floors and with moulded continuous label mouldings over openings. Segmental-arched and square-headed openings with timber sliding sash windows and timber panelled door. Rendered boundary walls to site, having wrought-iron railings and gate.
The scale and form of this fine terrace make a positive contribution to the streetscape. The bay window, segmental-arched openings and label mouldings are interesting architectural features of the group. This building is enhanced by the retention of the timber sliding sash windows, carved timber bargeboards and slate roof. The railings and gate add artistic interest to the site and were clearly executed by a skilled craftsman.