1841-2. Classical tenement. 4 storeys. 18-bay terrace
with 4 return bays to Garnethill Street with further 7
bays set down the slope of the hill. Ashlar channelled at
ground with squared rubble W and rear elevations.
HILL STREET ELEVATION: 6 console bracketted, pedimented
doorpieces arranged in groups of 3 in 3rd, 5th, 7th,
12th, 14th, 16th bays; round-arched windows to ground
floor with apron panels; ground floor cornice. Cill
course to 1st and 2nd floors, architraves only to 3rd
eaves band and cornice with 4 wallhead stacks. Similar
details in 4 return bays.
ELEVATION TO 37, 39 GARNETHILL STREET: symmetrical 7 bays
with advanced central bay with pedimented door. 4 storeys
and basement. All windows architraved. 1st floor with
2nd, 4th 6th windows pedimented. Cornices to 2nd floor.
Cill bands to windows in outer bays; eaves course,
cornice blocking course to centre bay only.
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