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11 Western Terrace

Also known as Lincoln Villa c1840. One of a group of similarly styled early houses on Western Terrace. Possibly by T.C. Hine architect. 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. House converted into flats and substantial part of large original garden area lost to separate residential developments. A number of late 19c and 20c additions include pair of two storey canted window bays on main front overlooking garden, large flat roofed side extension with bow window bay, smaller side extension and access staircase, alterations to rear wing and flat roofed porch at original main entrance to house. Painted stucco with stucco dressings. Gabled and hipped slate roofs and 2no. side wall chimney stacks to main house, now partly altered and with later pots. Low plinth to main front plus moulded cornice and segmental pediment over ground floor windows, sill bands, moulded window surrounds, eaves cornice and pediment. Plain road front with plinth, eaves cornice and blocking course.Original brick outbuilding adjacent to Western Terrace now altered and partly rendered. Combination of glazing bar and later plain sash windows to original house with moulded surrounds or plain reveals plus a number of alterations and additions. Later doors, windows and staircases added to suit conversion of house into flats. Single gated opening in original boundary wall adjacent to Western Terrace now replaced in altered wall with 2no. openings. Original brick garden wall adjacent to No.10 Western Terrace and Pelham Crescent, with stone plinth and copings. Part of garden area has been fenced off.

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11 western terrace

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