Most probably H & D Barclay, architects; circa 1883.
Classical terrace 2-storeys, attics and basement; 3-bay
elevation to each house. Polished ashlar, mostly painted.
Steps oversailing basement to Ionic balustraded doorpiece.
Double-leaf panelled doors, inner vestibule doors tripartite
with glazed sidelights and fanlight. At ground floor: to
left; 4-light canted window; to right 5-light square window,
both with balustraded parapets. 1st floor windows in lugged
architraves; outer tripartite, central bipartite. Sash
windows, plate glass glazing. Continuous dentil cornice over
ground. Band course over 1st floor lintels; dentil cornice at
eaves. Deep incised parapet broken by bipartite pedimented
dormers supporting console scrolls and akroteria. Corniced
axial stacks, octagonal slate roofs.
Good interiors; coved plaster cornices to drawing rooms.
Corinthian hall screen, good carved timber door surrounds;
glazed cupola over stair.
Ashlar parapet to steps, either pierced quatrefoil or
balustraded. Low coped ashlar retaining/boundary wall to
To rear of No 10; mews cottage No 1 Montague Lane. 2 storey
stugged ashlar cottage, stonecleaned. Dormer window with
incised architrave. Wide carriage entrances to ground.