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8 Huntingdon Drive

One of a number of similar Edwardian houses on Huntingdon Drive c1906-8, probably by Lawrence Bright & Son Architects. Later Arts and Crafts with Art Nouveau details. A number of later small side extensions plus single garage building facing Huntingdon Drive replacing part of original brick boundary wall. In single household use. Three storeys including attic plus basement. Originally, part rendered and part red brick facades with white painted rendered areas mainly at first floor level. Brick facades to ground floor areas on front road now rendered or painted. Brick quoins to rendered areas at first floor level and corbelled brick stop detail at abutment with render at first floor storey height level. Half - timbered styling to gables and first floor of garden facing facade. Twin, two storey, flat roofed, bow window bays facing the garden. Canted oriel window at first floor level on road facing facade. Clay plain tiles and ridge tiles to gabled roof. Painted wood bargeboards to gables and projecting wood eaves and fascias. Dormer window overlooking garden. Red brick chimney stacks with decorative stone bands and projecting stone caps. Mainly red clay louvre type chimney pots, one replaced with gas flue terminal. Combination of sash and casement windows with box shaped bay over main entrance doorway. Leaded lattice lights to many casements. Original brick boundary wall and copings adjacent to Tattershall Drive.

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