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 18-20 were built in 1888, a simple but attractive combination of white brick, white woodwork and slate roofs, with the ground floor bays linked by a sloping slate roof, protecting both doors and windows. The sash windows are original but the single cast iron column that helped support the roof above the two front doors has been removed since the original List was compiled.
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