John A Campbell, architect; 1900. 2-storey terrace of Scots
Renaissance houses with 3-storey gabled end houses at No 2
Redlands Road and No 23 Kirklee Road (facing Bellshaugh
Road). Bull faced walling with polished margins and
dressings; partly stone cleaned.
Nos 7-21: 3-bay houses arranged symmetrically in pairs.
Full-height canted windows, with parapets breaking through
eaves, to end bays of pairs (and end houses). These are
linked by balustraded ashlar balcony, at 1st supported on
stone corbels (solid parapet over doors).
Steps to lugged architraved doorways with recessed jams
supporting lintel, astragalled fanlight above. Panelled oak
doors. Inner bays with round-arched 4-light windows. 1st
floor windows single light with plain margins. Box dormers at
No 11. Sash windows, lower sashes plate glass; upper sashes,
small pane glazing. Mutule cornice, plain skews, tall
corniced axial stacks.
No 23 Kirklee Road; main elevation to Bellshaugh Road.
2-storey and attic, asymmetrical 3-bay elevation. To left,
canted window detailed as above. Steps to centrally placed
architraved doorpiece with corbels supporting hood; depressed
arch fanlight. To right, arched window detailed as above. At
right angle corbelled tourelle rises from 1st to octagonal
bell-cast dome with finial; attic windows roll-moulded and
flanked by sculpted pilasters. Single storey wing to NW.
Steeply pitched slate roofs.
Elevation to Kirklee Road: to right tall gable-end with
corbelled canted flue detail crowned with tripartite window.
To left, 2-storey canted window detailed as above.
No 2 Redlands Road; 2-storey with asymmetrical attic 3-bay
elevation with bay window to left linked by balcony at 1st,
to full-height turret feature at right with conical roof.
Central architraved doorpiece etc detailed as main elevation.
Elevation to Kirklee Road, gabled with chimney feature rising
from brackets at 1st to aedicular blind window at apex.
Canted 2-storey bay window to right adjoins main terrace.
Small pane glazing throughout.
Rear elevations; irregular bull-faced ashlar with red
sandstone wings to rear of each house; single storey and
attics with hipped roof.
To gardens, low bull-faced ashlar walls with polished coping
and gatepiers. No 2 Redlands Road with good art nouveau
cast-iron railings and gate.
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