This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TQ3184NE CANONBURY PLACE 635-1/46/168 (South side) Nos.10-14 (Consecutive)
Row of terraced houses incorporating shops. Mid-C19. Red and grey brick, stucco, roofs of slate. Three storeys, each house two bays wide. Ground floor has, from right to left, shop entrance, shop front, house entrance, except no 14 which has central shop entrance and house entrance in Alwyne Place. All shops with possible exception of no 12 retain C19 and possibly original shop fronts in whole or part; nos 11 and 14 have cast iron columns and small openwork grilles above the windows; no 11 has Art Nouveau tiles below. On the upper floors the divisions between houses and between floors are marked by pilasters and bands of grey brick, the pilasters decorated with panels of projecting brickwork echoing the detailing of quoins at either end of the terrace. Windows flat-arched with architraves and cornices on boldly detailed consoles; moulded sill-band in stucco to second floor windows which are of square attic-like proportions with moulded architraves. Cornice band above, and then boxed eaves with simply moulded eaves cornice. Party walls project above roof and carry two stacks in grey brick decorated with recessed panels of red brick and cornices. Return to Alwyne Place has round-arched entrance to no 14, modillion cornice to ground floor and details to upper floors as on principal elevation. Included for group value.
Listing NGR: TQ3199684543
© Mr G.N.G. Tingey. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Tingey, G.N.G.
Rights Holder: Tingey, G.N.G.
Brick, Slate, Stucco, Tile, Georgian Shop, Victorian Commercial, Terrace, Domestic, Multiple Dwelling, Dwelling, Terraced House, Monument <By Form>, House