A row of mid Victorian brick and flint cottages that have been restored with great sensitivity, preserving much of their original character. The four blank windows, the detailing below the eaves and the central firemark all add to the visual interest. The terrace was gifted to the town and the properties are covered by a Babergh Article 4 Directive, intended to safeguard the terrace against inappropriate alterations. Most of the cottages still have their original wooden sash windows, 4:8 upstairs and 8:8 below, although some inappropriate window replacements have been allowed.
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