This long terrace of attractive white brick cottages ascends the rising ground in steps, with the red brick detailing leading the eye up from one group to another. There is no datestone but they look to be c1860 when New Street really was 'New.' Thankfully, many of the cottages still retain their original sash windows or appropriate replacements which retain the original glazing pattern and are set at the original one 'header 'brick depth. The windows are quite high compared to their width, helping to give the cottages a quiet dignity. The satellite dishes are intrusive but are an inescapable fact of modern life. Note the common rear access passageway between Nos 24 and 25.
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