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2 Duke William Mount

One of a pair of houses c1878-80 by architect T.C. Hine. In single household use. Also known as ‘Selsoe’. Red brick with stone dressings and gabled slate roof. Two storeys plus basement and attic. Single storey 20c extension adjacent to main entrance area. Two storey rectangular window bay to gabled road front facade including pair of sash window openings with round arched heads at ground and first floor levels. Bay reduces to single window opening at attic level with round arched head and brick pediment above. Similar brick window bay to gabled garden front with pair of round arched window openings at ground floor and first floor level and pedimented single window opening at gable level. Decorative brickwork features include moulded brickwork with dentillation detail at eaves and gable verges plus moulded cornices, string courses and door and window reveals. Window openings on road front bay framed by brick pilasters with capitals. Stonework details include door and window sills plus cornices, kneelers and copings. Slate roof with prominent, steeply pitched gable on each elevation. Pair of tall, shared red brick chimney stacks with brick relief detail, string courses and corbelled brick and stone caps. Buff ‘crown’ chimney pots. Roof windows. Combination of plain and glazing bar sash windows, mainly with round arched heads. Coursed rubble stone boundary wall plinth on main road front with ashlar copings. Original iron railings may have been requisitioned during Second World War. Brick garden walls. Brick and stone boundary wall to Clumber Road East with garages added during first half of 20c.

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