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5 Park Street

History of 5 Park Street

Listed Building 5-10 Park Street

Terrace of houses. c. 1830.2 storeys and dormer attic. Gault brick; slate roof. Uniform terrace, each house a 2-window range consisting of a 4-panelled door beneath a round arch containing a plain semi-circular overlight. One 6/6 unhomed sash to ground floor and 2 to first floor, the windows under gauged skewback arches. Gabled roof Each house with one late C20 flat-topped dormer fitted with a casement. One transverse ridge stack to each house. INTERIOR. Not inspected.

1861 vacant


Mrs Ann Britton

Misses Britton


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