Exterior oblique view of the three storey facade of a pair of semi detached houses, showing on the nearest house a rare wooden trellis work verandah and cast iron hoods to round headed ground floor openings. Probably no.164 Camden Street.

1955 - 1965
164 Camden Street, Camden Town, Camden, Greater London Authority, NW1
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After consulting listing descriptions for Camden Town, I spotted a listing for 'NUMBERS 162-168 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS, 162-168 CAMDEN STREET (east side), CAMDEN TOWN, CAMDEN, GREATER LONDON' on www.imagesofengland.org.uk, UID 476827. Am confident this is the correct location, as listing refers specifically to 'No.164 with cast-iron hoods to windows and originally to entrance. Plain stucco bands at 1st floor level. Gauged brick flat arches to recessed sashes; 1st floor with cast-iron balconies. No.164, 1st floor with rare survival of wooden verandah having 3 round arches, intricate fretwork detail, trellis ends and metal hood.'


This is part of the Series: GAY01/02 London; within the Collection: GAY01 John Gay Collection


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Photographer: Gay, John


Veranda, Georgian Semi Detached House