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2 Tattershall Drive

One of a pair of semi-detached houses c1890. Also known as ‘Lynwood’. In single household use. Building located between two roads with main entrance facing Tattershall Drive and garden boundary wall adjacent to Huntingdon Drive. Lawrence Bright architect, who designed many of the houses on Huntingdon Drive, may have lived in this house c1900-1910. Three storeys including attic plus cellars. Single storey extension. Red brick facades with projecting three storey, gable topped front wing and prominent main entrance passage doorway on Tattershall Drive. Flat roofed, canted and box window bays facing garden with gables over. Variety of plain and decorative, red and blue brick string courses mainly at storey height levels. Stepped bullnose brick detailing at eaves and gable verges plus sawtooth patterned string courses either side of gable windows. Moulded brick voussoirs to semi circular arched heads over gable window openings. Decorative panel with terracotta patterning on gable. Stone dressings to a number of openings including plain sills, band courses and shaped and moulded lintels. Also stone hoodmould detail over arched gable windows plus stop end and corner details forming part of brick string courses. Plain stone pilasters with moulded head to main entrance passage doorway, brick pediment over. Stone cornice and parapet copings to recessed two storey section of facade above glazed entrance passageway. The stonework has now been painted. Slate gabled roof with red clay ridge tiles including tri-triangular decorative detail on alternate ridge tiles. Lead valley dressings. Roof windows added. Red brick chimney stacks with corbelled heads and horizontal and vertical brick relief patterning. A number of original buff ‘crown’ chimney pots are missing. Original red brick boundary wall to Tattershall Drive with plinth, pilasters and saddleback copings. Brick garden wall to Huntingdon Drive boundary.

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