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North Somerset (Unitary Authority)
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ST 42577 66042


YATTON C.P. LAUREL GARDENS (south east side) ST 46 NW 5/168 Nos. 1-5 Laurel Terrace - II

Terrace of 5 houses. Dated 1900 with no later alterations to front elevation. Coursed sandstone rubble, limestone dressings, rendered at first floor level, plain tiled roof with battered ridge and gable stacks, double Roman tiled rear slopes with brick to rear. Late Victorian vernacular style, symmetrical front. 2 storeys with gabled bay slightly advanced to right and left, central 2 bays in large gabled block also set forward; 1:3:2:3:1 bays. Gabled bay left and right with 5-light window at ground and first floor, plate-glass with transom and 4-pane lights above transom, segmental-headed at ground floor, applied timber framing to upper part of gable and plain bargeboards. Next two inner bays right and left with pair of doors, each with decorative strap hinges and 3-pane fanlights in round-headed opening, two 3-pane sidelights between doors; two 3-light casements above. Next inner bay right and left with roof swept down to slightly lower eaves level, slightly advanced, similar 5-light segmental-headed window at ground floor, long 5-light window at first floor with mullions, 3-light raking dormer above. Central gabled 2 bays have canted bay to left with 3 lights to front and one to each side, plate-glass with 4-pane lights above transom, wide round-arched opening to right, wall battered to right, similar inner door and 2-light casement with transom and upper lights; first floor has 5-light to left and 3-light to right similar casements with transoms and upper lights, applied timber framing in gable with datestone in shield shape. Moulded limestone string course at first floor cills around all except central 2 bays, returned to sides, with wall swept out to meet string; 5 courses of rubble forming very battered plinth. Left and right returns applied timber framing in gable ends, string course continued in brick towards rear. Rear has 4 narrow 2-storey wings in rubble and brick, plate-glass windows.

Listing NGR: ST4257766042


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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