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Description: Number 1 to 12 (Consecutive) Including Entrance to Coach and Horses Public House Between Numbers 4 a
Date Listed: 8 June 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 200460
OS Grid Reference: TQ3836777671
OS Grid Coordinates: 538367, 177671
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4811, -0.0088
4412 NELSON ROAD SE10
Nos 1 to 12 (consec)
including entrance to "Coach
and Horses" Public House
between Nos 4 & 5
TQ 3877 26/G93
1829 by Joseph Kay. Unified composition. 3 storeys, stucco. Entablature and
parapet (balustraded in places) supported on Doric pilasters in 3-bay end sections
and on attached Ionic columns in recessed, 5-bay centrepiece. Pilasters also
to flanking bays of centrepiece. Wreaths in frieze above pilasters. No 1 has
2 windows, rounded angle and 1-bay section of similar design on King William
Walk. (Added to this the former No 20 King William Walk, a 2-window section
of yellow stock brick with stucco entablature and parapet, gauged brick window
arches and arcaded 1st floor). No 4 windows, the right one being in left bay
of end section. Nos 3 and 4, and 8 to 10, 3 windows each. Nos 5, 6 and 7:
2 windows each, forming centre piece and one flanking bay (the right bay of No
7). The other flanking bay is over carriage entrance to Coach and Horses public
house. No 11 has windows and No 12 one, together forming left end section.
(No 12 also has rounded angle to Greenwich Church Street and 3-window return
in similar style). All windows sashes with glazing bars, those on 2nd floor
with cill band. 2nd floor windows in centre and end features segment headed,
and with moulded architraves. 3-light windows in centre bay of end sections,
those on 1st floor with segment arched recess over. Side 1st floor windows,
and 1st floor windows in centre section, have moulded architrave, frieze and
cornice. Wrought iron balcony all along 1st floor. Modern shops on ground floor,
but Nos 2-5, 7, 8 and 10 are still defined by banded rusticated wide pilasters.
The building form a group.
Listing NGR: TQ3833277654
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Source: English Heritage
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