D Woodburn Sturrock, architect; circa 1899. Mid-terrace block
of 4 houses, similar in detail to 13-41 Kingsborough Gardens,
but with a different bay arrangement. 9 bays arranged 3-2-4
with No 5 a 3-bay elevation and Nos 9 and 11 forming a
symmetrical 4-bay unit with paired doorpieces. 2 storeys,
attics and basement; polished red ashlar.
Each house with steps over basement to doorpiece flanked by
glazed sidelights; double leaf panelled doors with glazed
fanlight. Bipartite window above door (at No 5, 2 single
light windows with bracketted cills). 2-storey 4-light bow
window rises from basement; flanking door at No 5, to left at
No 11, to right at Nos 7 and 9. Lower casements plate glass;
upper panes, side and fanlights with leaded/coloured glass or
small pane glazing. Band course over ground; timber
modillions support overhanging eaves. Dormers at No 5;
3-light bow dormers with conical roof flank bipartite
dormers. Skews at party walls, corniced axial stacks, slate
roofs. Stugged ashlar rear elevation.
Low ashlar retaining wall to steps and garden; cast-iron
railings to steps, modern over garden walls.