Circa 1870s. Terrace of 5 3-bay asymmetrical houses with
classical details; 2 storeys attics and basement. Polished
ashlar some painted or stonecleaned. Steps to paired
Corinthian columned porches balustraded parapet, double leaf
panelled outer doors; vestibule doors tripartite with glazed
side and fanlights, many with good leaded glass. Above porch,
single light architraved window. Flanking door 5-light canted
window and projecting 3-light rectangular window; both full
height. Sash windows, plate glass glazing. Deep overhanging
timber modillion eaves. Dormers, 4-light canted over canted
windows, otherwise 1 and 2 light round arched and pedimented.
Slate roofs, tall corniced axial stacks; square flues with
dentil moulding. French pavilion roofs to end bays with
Flanks 3-bay with 2-storey 4-light bow window to right;
5-light canted window to left; bow dormers over bow window.
Both have lower wing to rear. Rear elevations stugged ashlar.
No 4 with leaded small pane glazing to lower sashes.
Low coped droved ashlar walls surround terrace with tall
square ashlar gatepiers at carriageway entrance.