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9 Western Terrace

One of a group of four early houses linked in pairs, c1840 possibly by architect T.C. Hine. Houses completed a few years before Hine was appointed Surveyor to Newcastle Estate by 5th Duke of Newcastle and proceeded to prepare road plan of The Park c1855-56 which, apart from minor variations, survives to this day. Grade II Listed. Regency Classic style. House now forms part of joint flat conversion scheme with no.8 Western Terrace and named Huntingdon House. Initial plans for flat conversion scheme at 8 and 9 Western Terrace by James Norris (Builder) 1946. Three storeys with garrets. Originally, main house and garden with side bay and rear wing enclosing entrance courtyard. Part of lower garden area now separately developed c1970 for residential use with loss of original brick boundary wall and gated entrance from Pelham Crescent. Painted stucco with stucco dressings plus painted brickwork to rear wing. Gabled and hipped slate and plain tile roofs with 2no. central chimney stacks. Stacks now partly altered. Banded rustication to stucco on lower storey of main front overlooking garden with first floor sill band, eaves cornice and blocking course. Upper floors on main front divided into recessed panels by giant pilasters. Pairs of windows to each floor on main front. Glazing bar sashes and plain reveals on ground floor, glazing bar sashes with moulded surrounds and cornices to first floor and 2no. smaller glazing bar sashes with moulded surrounds above. Pedimented gable with glazing bar sash to garret. Plain stucco road front with altered eaves cornice and painted brickwork to rear wing. Mainly glazing bar sash windows with plain reveals to openings plus a number of door and window alterations and additions. New main entrance doorway formed in rear wing. Alterations to original separating wall in courtyard and boundary wall to Western Terrace.

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9 western terrace

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