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44-114, Cloudesley Road

A Grade II Listed Building in Barnsbury, London

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.5365 / 51°32'11"N

Longitude: -0.1095 / 0°6'34"W

OS Eastings: 531215

OS Northings: 183646

OS Grid: TQ312836

Mapcode National: GBR M3.KD

Mapcode Global: VHGQT.1NZ0

Entry Name: 44-114, Cloudesley Road

Listing Date: 29 September 1972

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1195550

English Heritage Legacy ID: 368785

Location: Islington, London, N1

County: London

District: Islington

Electoral Ward/Division: Barnsbury

Built-Up Area: Islington

Traditional County: Middlesex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London

Church of England Parish: St Andrew Barnsbury

Church of England Diocese: London

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Listing Text


ISLINGTON

TQ3183NW CLOUDESLEY ROAD
635-1/58/292 (East side)
29/09/72 Nos.44-114 (Even)

GV II

Terraced houses. 1825-8. Stucco and yellow brick set in
Flemish bond, roof obscured by parapet. Three storeys over
basement, two windows each. Ground floor decorated with banded
rustication; elliptical-arched entrance slightly set back
under an elliptical arch of smooth stucco; on nos 48-80 the
doors are framed by panelled pilasters with fluted consoles
supporting cornice; on nos 82-88, fluted quarter-columns as
pilasters; no 90 has fluted pilasters and consoles; no 92 has
a fluted simplified Doric column; no 94-102 have fluted
quarter-columns, no 104 plain pilasters; no 106-108 panelled
pilasters with fluted consoles. Ground-floor window also
elliptical-arched and set back under an ellipitical arch of
smooth stucco; stucco terminates at broad sill band; first-
and second-floor windows flat-arched with heads of gauged
brick, each of the first-floor windows set under a round arch
of gauged brick, the arches linked by a moulded springing
band; cast-iron balconies to first-floor windows; parapet;
stacks to party wall.
Features of individual houses are: nos 44-46 have smooth
stucco to ground floor and round-arched entrances with
fanlights; no 46 lacks first-floor arcading and second-floor
windows are rebuilt; no 48-50 have panelled doors of original
design, decorative glazing to fanlights, no arcading to first
floor and second floor rebuilt; no 56 has decorative glazing
to fanlight; no 58 has panelled door of original design,
sashes of original design with intersecting tracery to ground
floor; nos 60-62 have panelled doors of original design,
decorative glazing to fanlights; no 78 has decorative glazing
to fanlight; no 84 has panelled door of original design ; no
92 is set forward slightly, with three windows,
double-fronted, decorative glazing to fanlight,
elliptical-arched windows to either side on ground floor,
upper windows rebuilt and now without aracading; nos 94-100
have decorative glazing to fanlight; nos 98 and 102 have
panelled doors of original design ; nos 104-108 have
decorative glazing to fanlight; no 110 has a narrow
elliptical-arched entrance with panelled door of original
design; no 112 has a narrow segmental-arched entrance; no 114
had ground floor altered to shop in C19 but now reinstated to
match rest of terrace.


Listing NGR: TQ3121583646

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