Newman Road 28-34 Belvedere Cottages


Newmans Road is a cul-d-sac with only a footpath exit at the top end. Few people venture up its steep incline unless they have business or live there and its late Victorian cottages and houses are relatively unknown. Nos 28-34 were built in 1906, sharing many design features with cottages further down such as No 18-20. They offer a simple but attractive combination of white brick, white woodwork and slate roofs, with the ground floor bays linked by a continuous slate roof, protecting both front doors and windows. All but one of the windows appear original, helping to preserve the character of the terrace. Note the doorway in the middle, giving common access to gardens and yards at the rear - a common feature in many local terraces of 19thC working class cottages

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