This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SO5174 OLD STREET 825-1/1/429 (West side) 26/11/87 Nos.42 AND 44
Includes: Nos.20 AND 21 BRAND LANE. Cottages. Later C18. Painted brick; Welsh slate roof; brick stack to rear. L-shaped, 4-unit plan. 2-storeys, attic and probable cellar; 4-window range: to right, C20 casement with recessed panel over; to left, casement, sliding sash, and further early C20 casement, in early C20 brickwork; various detailing to eaves; 2-light gable dormer to right. Ground floor: protruding central bay has 4-panel door in stop chamfered case and, to left, 4/4 sash, under segmental arch; plank door to alley under stone hood on rounded pilasters. Left bay has 4-panel door under rendered lintel and to right, late C19, 2/2 sash under rendered lintel, both in altered openings. Brand Lane: brick (some early C20); vertical weatherboarding; plain tile roof; brick stacks. 2-storeys and attic; one early C20 casement under segmental arch with brick sill; 2 casements over. C20 door with, to left, in C18 brickwork, 4/4 sash under shouldered arch. Wing (No.20) has plank door with C18 sash to right, in much patched brickwork, with beaded softwood boarding over, having 9/9 sliding sash.
Listing NGR: SO5131874535
© Mr John Annetts. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Annetts, John
Rights Holder: Annetts, John
Brick, Render, Tile, Weatherboard, Welsh Slate, Georgian House, Monument (By Form), Domestic, Dwelling