1-6 Belvedere Terrace


SOUTH ROAD 1. 5330 (South West Side) Belvedere Terrace [Nos 1 to 6 (consec)] NU 1912 6/369 II GV 2. Early C19. Two storeys and basement. Three windows each. Nos 1 to 6 entered from return elevation. Ashlar, having a rusticated basement with a band over, a band over the ground floor (with 'Belvedere Terrace' engraved on No 1), and 1st floor cill course and a moulded eaves cornice. Hipned slate roof with raised verges and ashlar chimneys. Three end windows on each side break forward slightly as do the central 6 windows. Glazing bar sash windows. End pavilions and centre have continuous 1st floor balconies, the other parts have separate balconies to 1st floor windows: - cast iron baluster pattern bracketted from band over ground floor. Small basement windows with keystones. Doorways have raised surrounds with shallow pediments, approached by steps with railings, and with panelled doors having rectangular lights above. Nos 5 and 6 originally one house, for the Duke's agent. To the south-east is a slightly later stable block of 2 storeys, 3 windows, and 3 doorways, built of cut squared rubble. The front of No 6 is extended to south-east by ashlar faced coach arch with raised surrounds and keystone, flanked by niches.








Historic England listing: 1-6 Belvedere TerraceLink
Keys to the past: 1-6 Belvedere TerraceLink