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2 Newcastle Circus

One of a pair of houses (with 5 South Road) possibly by architects Hine & Son c1870-75. In single household use. Red brick with ashlar dressings and slate hipped roof with small gable and gabled dormer. Single and two storey enlarged side extensions and alterations with hipped roofs. Garage at bottom of garden possibly added for Ernest Goddard c1911. Large polygonal corner bay overlooking garden. Corbelled brick banding with nailhead moulding mainly at eaves and gable verges. Brick dentillation detail added to banding at eaves in some areas. Blue brick patterning including band courses at storey height levels, also over pointed arched openings and to some gable verges. Brick voussoirs to pointed arch window openings and blind windows. Stonework details include shaped and moulded door and window surrounds, sill band on polygonal bay plus decorative vents and small window openings including quatrefoil and eight pointed star motifs. Stone copings to gabled dormer. Stonework now painted apart from copings to gabled dormer. Hipped, slate main roof with small gable on road front and shared gabled dormer overlooking garden. Clay hip and ornamental ridge tiles. Hipped slate roof to polygonal bay with clay hip tiles and iron finial. Red brick side wall and ridge chimney stacks with red and blue brick relief patterning. Mainly red clay roll top chimney pots, some with ventilator caps. Combination of sash windows, generally plain with glazing bar sashes on road front facing Newcastle Circus. A number of door and window alterations and additions. Prominent boundary wall adjacent to Clumber Crescent South, with coursed rubble stone plinth, blue brick stretchers plus red brick garden wall above with blue brick decorative banding and saddleback copings. Original red brick boundary wall to Newcastle Circus with blue brick decorative banding and saddleback copings. Original gated opening enlarged to provide car access.

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2 Newcastle Circus

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