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Description: 10 and 12, Billingsly Terrace
Date Listed: 9 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 336138
OS Grid Reference: SE1790631553
OS Grid Coordinates: 417906, 431553
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7800, -1.7297
5111 BILLINGSLY TERRACE
Nos 10 and 12
SE 13 SE 9/279
Early C19 adjoining pair of small 2-storey sandstone "brick" houses. Probably built
circa 1820 but No 12 incorporates earlier work to rear. Rendered front to No 12.
Stone slate roofs with saddlestones. Large common chimney stack to centre. Two
windows each in both floors with squared jambs standing proud, widely spaced. Both
have enclosed stone "brick" porches, that of No 12 gabled. Squared jamb doorways
with entablature moulding as pilaster capping, carried into reveal and over doorhead.
Plain arched fanlights with keystones. The rear elevation of No 12 is unusual in
having jettied gabled first floor with 2 light square mullioned window. Single
light and 3 light square mullioned windows with central doorway, all with squared jambs
to ground floor. The overhang is carved in cast iron columns but at the west end
there is a massive stone corbel supporter in turn by a later pier.
Listing NGR: SE1790631553
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Source: English Heritage
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