Attributed to Charles Ower, late 19th century. Single storey and attic, irregular-plan, pair of near-identical semi-detached villas. Stugged snecked rubble, pale stugged ashlar dressings, piended and swept slate roof. Mixed glazing pattern, originally mannered and multi-astragalled, now only remaining at no 11 E elevation and no 12 entrance porch, out-of-character modern windows elsewhere. Oversailing half-timbered gables to E elevation, squat stair tower with finalled pyramidal roof to S elevation. Deep bracketted eaves, corniced stacks with some original cans.
E ELEVATION: 2 canted windows to centre, paired oversailing gables, tripartite windows with bracketted canopies.
S ELEVATION: modern entrance porch with swept roof and dormer at centre re-entrant angle, stair tower advanced to left with hexagonal window and bracketted canopy to right return.
N ELEVATION: advanced bay to right with porch at left, swept roof, triangular dormer.
INTERIOR: not seen.
BOUNDARY WALL: low snecked rubble boundary wall with saddleback coping to E.