No 64 is part of a small group of red brick Edwardian villas that serve as an eye catching counterpoint to the dominant Suffolk white brick seen further down the road. All were built by Clement Dennington c1906. Superficially all seem similar but there are subtle differences, particularly in the materials and decoration used above the windows and doors. Here there is the same use of rubbed red bricks for the lintels as on Nos 60-62 but with a stone pillar inserted to divide up the upstairs double window.
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