Categories of Special Interest
In Use As
1810 - 1830
End-of-terrace three-bay two-storey over basement and with attic accommodation house, built c. 1820. Half-hipped slate roof with overhanging eaves, roof lights and rendered chimneystack. Rendered walls with plinth course and cast-iron plaque. Camber-headed openings having replacement uPVC windows and painted sills. Slightly recessed round-headed opening having timber surround with entablature, spoked fanlight, Doric-style engaged columns having octagonal limestone plinths and timber panelled door. Cast-iron railings to basement level. Rendered wall to site.
Well-composed building of balanced classically derived proportions and symmetrical appearance. Built is as part of a terrace of three, the terrace is fine addition to the streetscape. The house retains a number of important salient features and materials, such as the spoked fanlight and cast-iron railings, which enhance the quality and character of the site.