Description: Seymour House
Date Listed: 2 September 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 205561
OS Grid Reference: TQ1697473820
OS Grid Coordinates: 516974, 173820
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4513, -0.3180
5028 MONTPELLIER ROW
No 2 (Warvick House)
No 3 (Seymour House)
TQ 1673 21/5 2.9.52
Montpelier Row consists of 2 very important terrace blocks of nearly uniform early
C18 houses, with a row of modern houses between, overlooking Marble Hill Park.
The C18 houses are all 3-storeys and basement, brown brick with red dressings,
parapet and windows in nearly flush frames. They have varied types of doorcases,
and in many cases good ironwork to steet and areas. The row was built by a
Captain Gray in 1720. (Country Life, September 8, 1944)
All 3 cement-rendered. No 1, 6 bays wide (3:3). Doorcase with moulded cornice
hood on carved brackets. Decorated plaque with "Montpelier Row 1720". Glazing
bars have been removed. No 2, 3 bays and No 3, 6 bays (3:3) both with similar
doorcases to No 1.
Listing NGR: TQ1697473820
Source: English Heritage
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