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Description: 1-30, Waterloo Crescent
Date Listed: 30 June 1949
English Heritage Building ID: 177820
OS Grid Reference: TR3207341174
OS Grid Coordinates: 632073, 141174
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1228, 1.3150
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1050 Nos 1 to 30 (consec)
TR 3241 1/2 30.6.49.
TR 3141 2/2
TR 34 SW 7/2
Built in 1834-8 by Philip Hardwick. 3 sections, the centre one containing
19 houses, the outside ones 5 houses each. 5 storeys and basement with area.
3 windows to each house. Stuccoed with rusticated ground floor. Round-headed
windows on the ground floor and round-headed doorways. Continuous iron balconies
on the 1st floor supported on thin iron columns from the ground floor and
with continuous hood over. (This balcony has been replaced by a glazed veranda
with balcony over it on No 16). The end houses of each section have curved
fronts. These end houses and the 9 centre houses of the main section have
Corinthian pilasters from the 1st to 2nd floor supporting tile entablature
(which is continued along the houses without pilasters) and above this a
stucco-fronted 3rd floor with round-headed windows, plain pilasters between
them, cornice and parapet above with mansarded roof containing the attic
storey. The other houses have no stucco above the entablature, but 2 storeys
arranged in a double mansard, the upper one set back and both fronted with
slates, Most glazing bars missing. Entrances at the rear.
Nos 1 to 30 (consec) Waterloo Crescent form a group.
Listing NGR: TR3207341174
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Source: English Heritage
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