Listed Building

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Address/Name of Site


Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Planning Authority
NS 56087 68164
256087, 668164


Circa 1890. Asymmetrical pair of villas occupying important

corner site; No 26 with angled main elevation. Both villas of

finely droved ashlar with smooth rusticated quoins; glass

sash windows. Windows mostly single light with polished

raised margins or single or 2-storey projecting canted or

square windows with cornice and embattled parapet.

NO 26: 2-storey and attic with 4-storey tower. Irregular

3-bay stepped-plan to entrance elevation with central tower

rising to embattled parapet. At base of tower, single storey

projecting clustered column porch with embattled parapet.

Pointed-arch door with moulded archivolt; double-leaf door

with fanlight. To left, advanced gabled bay with 2-storey

projecting canted window; 3-light attic window with stepped

hood mould set in gable. To right of tower, angled bay with

hood-moulded windows with grotesque label-stops; large leaded

glass window.

N ELEVATION: 5 gabled bays with projecting 2-storey windows

to right, all detailed as above. Band course over ground,

string course over 1st.

NO 24: similar in detail. 2-storey 3-bay elevation with outer

bays gabled. Lower 2-storey block to right. Steps with

balustraded parapet leading to pointed-arch door with moulded

hood, foliate label stops and polished pink granite nook

shafts. Double-leaf panelled door, good leaded glass

vestibule door; above door, single light sash. To right,

2-storey projecting canted window detailed as No 26; to left

single storey square projecting window with hood moulded

bipartite above.

Both villas with steeply pitched slated roofs; tall corniced

axial and wallhead stacks, octagonal cans. Stugged ashlar

rear elevations; No 24 with single storey canted window with

5 leaded lights. Low coped ashlar boundary walls with 3 pairs

of tall square painted ashlar gatepiers with ball finials.

Statement of Special Interest

No 26 formerly Hayston



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