This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
The following building shall be added to the list:-
TL 8130 HALSTEAD, FORMER UD THE CAUSEWAY
1/10004 Nos 3-12(consec)
Row of cottages. 1883 by George Sherrin for Samuel Courtauld's workforce at the nearby textile mill. Queen Anne style. Red brick in flemish bond and moulded brickwork from the firm of James Brown in Leytonstone. Hipped tiled roof and 5 tall ribbed brick stacks. Nos 3-4 and 11-12 have one large curved gable decorated with panels of moulded bricks with daisy pattern, the others each have one smaller gable. Two storeys; 18 windows in all, 2 to each except nos 3 and 12. Windows to gables are cambered 12-pane sashes with brick keystones and shutters (the top shutter to no 6 missing at time of survey), other set back windows are 9-pane sashes with horns.
Doorcases have wide wooden hoods on brackets and are paired, except for nos 3 and 12.
Cambered doorcases with half-glazed doors. Stringcourse of stylized leaves. Plinth. Attached to each doorcase is a low brick wall with wooden seats and original cast iron gates. These cottages were illustrated in 'The British Architect' of 20 March 1885.
Listing NGR: TL8122730446
© Mr Derek John Collis. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Collis, Derek John
Rights Holder: Collis, Derek John
Brick, Iron, Tile, Timber, Victorian Seat, Unassigned, Textile Workers Cottage, Domestic, House, Dwelling, Row, Multiple Dwelling, Row House, Monument (By Form), Gate, Wall, Barrier