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9 Wilberforce Road

History of 9 Wilberforce Road

Listed Building

1937 by D. Cosens. Whitewashed brick laid in Flemish bond; bituminous felt roof Modern Movement. 2 storeys and roof patio. Rectangular plan with a recessed corner section at south-east corner. Entrance front to west is a 3-window range. Glazed Crittall door set left of centre beneath projecting flat porch hood which extends over garage to left. One S-light and one 2-light Crittall windows to right. 2 5-light and one 2-light Crittall windows to first floor. Flat roof with plain parapet. Roof patio consists of a single room with wrap-around Crittal1 windows over which projects a flat canopy roof supported on circular-section iron posts. South and east elevations with Crittall windows of various dispositions including 6- and 5-light casements wrapping round the south-east external angle. First-floor balcony to south elevation, reached via a 4-light Crittall French window. INTERIOR. Plain staircase with boarded balustrade. Kitchen fittings intact.


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