This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ST5675 DOWNLEAZE, Sneyd Park 901-1/31/1786 (South East side) Nos.20 AND 22 and attached front garden walls and piers
Pair of attached houses. c1891. By Henry Dare Bryan. Snecked limestone rubble and ashlar with limestone dressings, brick second storey, and tile-hung gables, brick ridge stack and a concrete tiled roof. Double-depth plan. Queen Anne style. Each of 3 storeys; 3-window range. A near matching pair with stone-framed ground-floor mullion and transom windows and mullion first-floor windows. Each has battened 2-leaf doors with mullion overlight and a bracketed, tiled canopy under a keyed, brick oval window, with to the left a full-height gabled bay with 3-light windows, tile-hung apron below the timber second-floor 9/1-pane sashes, and tile-hung second floor with casements beneath a timber-framed gable. These are set either side of the party wall; to the outside are 3- and 2-light ground- and first-floor windows. No.20 extends further to the left, and the corner has a splay with single windows beneath an overhanging second floor on brackets and a ball pendant. INTERIOR not inspected. SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: attached front garden walls and piers with ball finials. The early part of a development influenced by Norman Shaw's Bedford Park, 1881.
Listing NGR: ST5659775147
Copyright IoE Mrs Joy Roddy. Source Historic England Archive
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Ashlar, Brick, Concrete, Limestone, Rubble, Tile, Timber, Victorian House, 20th Century Monument <By Form>, Domestic, Dwelling, Garden Wall, Gardens Parks And Urban Spaces, Wall, Barrier, Column, Unassigned, Building Component, Building