This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
MOSELEY ROAD 1.
5104 Highgate B12 Nos 360 and 362 SP 08 SE 12/29 3.7.74 II GV 2.
Circa 1830-40 semi-detached pair of two bay 2 storey villas. Stucco faced with hipped slate roof on flat eaves. Corniced stucco chimney to centre. The elevation is given a more architectural treatment than is normal for modest villas of this type. The Ionic columned porches, backed by pilasters, each end of the front, have their deep entablatures only returned level with the pilasters before being caried right across the front with a narrow break, to mark the centre division of the properties, supported by a pair of identical Ionic columns backed by pilasters.
The bays between have a channelled wall plane set behind the pilasters and each contains an original shallow canted bay window with thin Soanian pilasters and moulded sill returned as moulding to foot of wall profile as base of columns and pilasters. Glazing bars intact to front sash with fixed pane side lights. The blocking course of the Ionic entablature acts as sill course to the first floor windows which are set in eared architrave surrounds. Bed mould to frieze below eaves and dividing slit to centre of first floor. No 362 has 3 bay return with architrave windows outer ones blind, cornice returned as sill course. Channelled ground floor and blind basement. Lower 2 storey painted brick wing with architrave doorcase at junction with console brackets to cornice over. The front elevation of the pair has considerable sophistication.
Listing NGR: SP0798984811
Copyright IoE Mr J J Sheridan. Source Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Sheridan, J J
Rights Holder: Sheridan, J J
Brick, Slate, Stucco, Georgian Villa, Victorian Agriculture And Subsistence, Land Use Site, Domestic, House, Dwelling