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61 and 62, Clyde Terrace, Spennymoor

Description: 61 and 62, Clyde Terrace

Grade: II
Date Listed: 14 June 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 112244

OS Grid Reference: NZ2523733361
OS Grid Coordinates: 425237, 533361
Latitude/Longitude: 54.6947, -1.6100

Location: 1 Osborne Road, Spennymoor, Durham DL16 7SQ

Locality: Spennymoor
County: Durham
Country: England
Postcode: DL16 7SQ

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Listing Text

(South side)

6/38 Nos. 61 and 62


Pair of houses, with steps, balustrades and piers in front. Probably 1904;
by E.D. Kenmir, one for himself. Stretcher bond Accrington brick with terra-
cotta dressings and terra-cotta and cast-iron balustrades., Terra-cotta
balustrades, piers and urn. Flat roof. 2 storeys, 4 bays. Central wide
stone steps have central and side balustrades ending in panelled piers. Lower
central pier supports wide, flower-decorated urn. 3 tapered piers on upper
level have fluted lower sections and leafy capitals supporting cornice hood.
Paired half-glazed double doors, with overlights, in terra-cotta cases of
spiral piers and wide capitals under entablatures with swag decoration and
segmental pediments. Similar shafts and pediments to windows above doors.
8-foil terra-cotta frame to recessed windows flanking doors: Full-height
half-octagonal cornerbay windows, with fluted pilasters, have panelled
fasciasbelow ground-floor cornice, continuous with first-floor string; top
terra-cotta frieze and cornice, with mouldings including paterae and egg-and-
dart, continues along eaves. Roof has terra-cotta balustrade, with wide
centre panel and end piers, except over corner windows; right window has
elaborate iron balustrade, missing from left corner. Elaborate cornices to
Tudor-style brick chimneys.

Much original Art Nouveau etched glass; some C20 glazing to No. 61 at left.

Right return of No. 62 has similar treatment to projecting square bay and
window above, with balustrades.

Historical note: E.C. Kenmir was a local builder who established a cabinet-
making factory. In 1910 Lloyd George took tea in No. 62 on the occasion of
his visit to the Welsh chapel at Spennymoor.

Sources: Mr. Kenmir of No. 62 Clyde Terrace.

Sedgefield District Council, Spennymoor Urban District Register of Plans
1876-1900, (ms.) entry under plan no. 474.

Listing NGR: NZ2523733361

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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