Categories of Special Interest
In Use As
1870 - 1880
Terraced two-bay two-storey over basement house, c. 1875, with entrance to recessed two-storey bay to side, having hipped fibre-cement tiled roof with rendered chimney stack to front and rendered chimney stack with oversailing courses and decorative yellow clay pots to rear, painted render finish with rusticated render finish to basement, continuous label moulding over ground floor openings and moulded string course to ground floor level, retaining hood moulding over door opening with keystone, modern entrance door and plain fanlight, replacement uPVC casement windows; garden area to front bounded by rendered wall with cast-iron railings, steps to main entrance with railings and gate with squared limestone piers, garden area to rear.
Although altered and modernised, this late nineteenth-century house remains significant as part of small composite terrace on Anglesea street, and as part of historically intact group of buildings running from Union Quay to Anglesea Place.