David Barclay, architect; circa 1900. 13-bay terrace of 6
houses on steeply sloping site. 2-bay, 2 storey and basement
except No 45, 3-bay 3-storey house. Polished red sandstone,
stugged at basement.
Steps oversailing basement to pilastered doorway, double leaf
panelled doors with curved ashlar lintel, fanlight with small
pane glazing, sidelights with decorative heads. Bipartite
window above door. To right, 4-light full-height bow window.
Sash windows, plate glass, small pane glazing to upper sashes
of 1st floor windows. Continuous band courses over ground at
end houses. Overhanging eaves supported on timber brackets.
Corniced axial stacks, slate roofs, tile cresting, skews at
party walls and decorative skew-putts.
Solid coped parapet to steps. Ashlar retaining/boundary wall
No 45: 3-bay, 3-storey with full-height bow windows flanking
No 47 with 3-light bow dormer to right, bipartite dormer to
Flank to Dowanhill Street single bay with 5-light bow to
ground; adjoins No 106 Dowanhill Street. 106 Dowanhill Street
similarly detailed: asymmetrical 2-bay elevation with steps
(modern) to advanced left bay with small leaded lights. Right
bay with bow to ground, 2 single light windows to 1st.
Dormers set in slate mansard roof. Coursed ashlar flank.