1876-7 in style of Robert Turnbull (of Thomson and
Turnbull) who continued to produce "Thomsonesque"
designs after Alexander Thomson's death in 1875.
Unusually long 2-storey terrace, curved on plan, with
paired gables at either end, paired doorcases throughout
(mainly 3-bay houses) each with Egyptian-derived central
column, 1st floor windows with pilasters rising out of
window jambs, anthemia in recessed panels between,
frieze with discs. Snecked and squared rubble with
polished dressings, mostly stone-cleaned, 2 houses (nos
26 and 32) painted; unmargined windows (plate glass
sashes), gable windows mullioned; deep bracketted eaves,
fret-worked timber gable-heads, chimney cans to Thomson
design; slated shallow-pitched roofs. Small front