James Hutton, late 19th century. 2-storey, rectangular-plan, 'Queen Anne' style terrace of 3 villas. Red brick, overhanging 1st floor, decorative timber brackets and tile hung to front, harled to rear, green slate and leaded irregularly pitched mansard-type roof with gable to centre. Canted windows to front with plate glass at bottom, large diamond-pane at top with cathedral glass; single and bipartite dormers, tripartite dormers with bracketted segmental heads, glazing pattern similar to ground floor; plate glass and 4-pane sash and case glazing to ground floor rear, single and paired plate glass to 1st floor. Basket-arch doorways to front with fanlights and sidelights, square- headed to rear with fanlights. Tall ashlar-coped brick stacks with dentil course formed by bricks laid at angle, mostly original rectangular cans with serrated tops.
E ELEVATION: 2 houses to left in mirror image; 2 doors to centre, canted window to left and right; similar house to right with door to left.
W ELEVATION: 2 houses to right in mirror image; 2 small windows to centre, door to left and right, window to far left and right, 2 single and 2 paired windows to 1st floor; similar house to left with door to right.
N GABLE: blank.
INTERIOR: not seen.
BOUNDARY WALL: low stugged and snecked rubble wall with rounded coping to E, 3 decorative wrought-iron gates (railings removed).