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Description: 41-61, Coniscliffe Road
Date Listed: 28 April 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 110590
OS Grid Reference: NZ2848714239
OS Grid Coordinates: 428487, 514239
Latitude/Longitude: 54.5226, -1.5614
DARLINGTON CONISCLIFFE ROAD
NZ 2814 SE-NZ 2814 (South side)
No 41 to 61 (odd)
A row of 11 terraced houses. c.1800 with minor C20 alterations. Brick with
painted ashlar dressings. Slate roofs, with ashlar coped gables and kneelers.
11 brick chimney stacks. 2-storey raised over a high basement. Nos 41, 43 and
45 are similar, each of 3 bays with a flight of 7 steps leading to a doorway,
with wooden Doric doorcase, a 4-panel door and a patterned overlight. To the
left 2 glazing bar sashes, with above 3 similar windows all with ashlar wedge
lintels. Nos 47 and 49, again of 3 bays with a flight of 7 steps leading to
a doorway with similar Doric doorcases, and to the left a large C20 bowed window
with glazing bars, and above 3 plain sashes. Nos 51 and 53 again 3 bays, with
flights of 6 steps leading to a doorway with similar Doric doorcases and to the
left 2 plain sashes to No 51 and 2 glazing bar sashes to No 53, above 3 plain
sashes to No 51 and 3 glazing bar sashes to No 53. No 55 is only 2 bays with a
flight of 6 steps leading to a similar doorway with a Doric doorcase with to the
left a single glazing bar sash with 2 similar sashes above. No 57 of 3 bays
with a flight of 6 steps leading to a central similar doorway with a Doric
doorcase, and to the left a through passageway, and to the right a plain sash
with 3 plain sashes above. No 59 of only 2 bays, with a flight of 6 steps set
sideways, leading to a similar doorway with a Doric doorcase with a C20 glazed
door and to the left a bow window with glazing bars. No 61 is only 2-storey,
double fronted with a central doorway with pedimented doorcase, panel door and
plain overlight, flanked by single bow windows with glazing bars. Above 2
glazing bar sashes. The west gable wall of No 61 has a flight of 6 steps
leading to a doorway with a wooden Doric doorcase. Nos 41 to 57 have attached
1. (South Side)
Nos 41 to 61 (odd)
NZ 2814 6/19
NZ 2814 SE 8/19 28.4.52.
Early-mid C19 terrace, each 2 storeys and basement, 3 windows (except Nos 55, 59
and 61, two windows only). Pinkish brick, Slated roof of moderate pitch with
series of transverse ridge stacks. Stone cills and lintels to recessed sash windows
mostly with glazing bars. Seven steps to 4-panel doors with cornice head and patterned
oblong fanlight in Doric doorcase with engaged fluted columns. Original wrought
iron hand and area railings. Nos 47, 49, and 59 have modern bow shop windows.
No 61 lids a reproduction double bow shop front and an entrance on right return,
similar to other doorways but without headed A carriageway runs between Nos
55 and 57. Rear elevation shows round headed landing windows with radial glazing.
Listing NGR: NZ2848714239
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