Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural Artistic

Original Use


In Use As



1800 - 1840


163819, 50622

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Terraced three-bay two-storey over basement house, built c.1820. Pitched slate roof behind red brick limestone capped parapet with concealed gutters and uPVC downpipes. Red brick chimneystacks with rendered copings to gables. Red brick Flemish bond walls to front (north-west) elevation and parapet with rubble stone wall to side (north-east). Rendered walls to rear (south-east) elevation and breakfront basement (north-west). Tooled limestone string course between basement and ground floor. Camber-headed window openings having limestone sills, red brick voussoirs and twelve-over-eight pane timber sliding sash windows with timber shutters to interior. Four-over-two pane timber sliding sash windows to basement level with rendered sills. Tripartite timber framed window to rear comprising central six-over-six pane sliding sash flanked by two-over-two pane sliding sash sidelights with limestone sill. Round-headed door opening to front elevation with red brick voussoirs. Decorative tooled limestone surround to door comprising engaged Doric columns supporting frieze and cornice. Timber panelled door surmounted by sunburst fanlight, approached by tooled limestone steps flanked by low rendered walls to basement area (north-west) with recent wrought-iron railings.


This elegant example of classical architecture makes a bold statement in the streetscape, due to its size and the locally unique protruding red brick façade. The large camber-headed windows fitted with multiple panes of plate glass that are retained on this house are typical of wealthier homes of the time as is the well executed doorway with fanlight which forms the focal point of the façade.